• paul tierney

    Portmarnock Passive House

    Passive house plus ( a really excellent magazine) recently published some images of a passive house by OA studios in Portmarnock. The Architectural Technologist and designer Des Crabbe explains the design and construction of the house in the lastest edition of Passive house Plus (issue 23). The images turned out well showing panoramic views of Lambay island and the sea. The house is constructed of clay blocks. The contractors were Pannocelt ltd. For information of green technology , passive house and good coverage of construction and the environment Passive house Plus is highly recommended.

    More details can be found in Passive house Plus

    https://www.pannoncelt.com/

    http://www.oastudios.ie/

    https://passivehouseplus.ie/


  • Architectural photography of Visit Dublin Andrew street

    Visit Dublin Architectural Photography

    Architectural photography for Visit Dublin on Suffolk street. Visit Dublin on suffolk street is a visitor centre for tourists. The centre provides information for all those interested in finding out about Dublin. It also offer some information of tours outside of Dublin and in the rest of Ireland. Its primary focus is on Dublin City and the greater Dublin Area. The photography shows of the space completed recently as part of a commercial fit-out contract. The design is clean and spacious with the multiple display screens used to create a bright and vibrant environment.


  • paul tierney

    Urban Design photography Paul Keogh Architects

    Photography of urban design of the public spaces in naval by Paul Keogh Architects www.pka.ie
    The civic space creates a raised shared surface to an urban squar. The central area features local limestone, granite details, and specially selected lighting to illuminate the space. The space also featured a small market stall shown about. The square is a significant enhancement of the existing urban fabric, the architectural vocabulary is simple and clear, it amplifies the social environment and enhances the existing vernacular design in a subtle manner.


  • Paul Dillon Architects Award winning development galway KFC

    Galway Architectural Photography Paul Dillon Architects

    Located at the Briarhill roundabout junction the KFC building presents the best is Irish Architectural design. The builing is for a commercial use, however it is design as a contemporary reflection on vernacular architecture. It building is constructed of stone and pre-cast and in-situ concrete. Flush glazing is used for all external elevations. The detailing is very measured with all details contributing to the refined appearance of the unit.


  • Avanti Architects Portadown Community Treatment and Care Centre

    Avanti Architects Portadown Community Treatment and Care Centre

    Avanti Architects Portadown Community Treatment and Care Centre, Architectural Photograph of health centre Portadown , Northern Ireland


  • Central Bank Dublin Sam Stephenson , Stephenson Gibney Architects

    Central Bank Dublin Sam Stephenson / Stephenson Gibney Architects

    Central Bank Dublin Sam Stephenson / Stephenson Gibney Architects Archival and Survey photography for DoCoMoMo Ireland


  • Cullen Payne Architects Private house

    Cullen Payne Architects Private house

    Architectural photography for Cullen Payne Architects . Photography of Private house, Dublin, Ireland

    http://www.cullenpayne.ie/


  • Interior Photography Paul Tierney

    Eden Architects John-Barry Lowe Private House

    Eden Architects John-Barry Lowe Private House www.edenarchitects.ie


  • Moloney O'Breine Architects Nursing House

    Moloney O’Breine Architects Nursing House

    Moloney O’Breine Architects Nursing House www.mob.ie


  • Rosie O'Donnell Private House

    Rosie O’Donnell Private House

    Rosie O’Donnell Private House