• Corten steel facade by ABK Architects Nenagh Leisure centre

    Landscape and Architectural Photography for ABK Architects Nenagh Leisure Centre

    Nenagh leisure centre by ABK architects displays the power of contemporary design and a regenerative engine in a community. The project extends and renovates the existing leisure centre in Nenagh. An aspect of this scheme that is important is the extensive landscaping around the project. Indeed the project as a whole can be viewed as a landscape intervention. Corten steel is used as a material that links all element so of the project. The earthen tones of the Corten suit the Irish weather. On a dull day the Corten illuminates the scene. The parkland around the scheme is a fitting boundary to Nenagh town. It provides a boundary between urban and rural.

  • Architectural Photography for Hussey Architects Dublin,

    Hussey Architects HSE Navan Road

    Hussey Architects HSE architectural photography . The HSE primary care centre on the navan road was completed recently and require Architectural Photography to show the extend of the design and the quality of materials and urban layout.

  • 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.

  • Urban Photography OPW Stamping Building

    Dublin Castle Architectural Photography Stamping Building

    Revenue’s stamping building in Dublin Castle was recently refurbished by the the O.P.W. ( Office of Public Works). the project involved creating a new urban space in front of the building and creating a conference space in the building. The new public urban space creates a pleasing entrance to the Dublin Castle complex. The sculptures are wexford based sculptor Michael Warren http://michaelwarren.ie/.

    The project is a universally accessible design .

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  • Scott Tallon Walker Architects Carroll ( DKIT) Dundalk Institute of Technology

    DKIT Carrolls Factory restoration Scott Tallon Walker Architects

    The original Carrolls factory built between 1968 -1970 is on of the finest example of Miesian modernism producing in the state. In 2002, the building was acquired by Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT), to accomodate teaching and administrative facilities for the departments of Informatics and Creative Arts. STW architects refurbished the factory to meet new stringent environmental requirements whilst retaining the essence of the the original factory layout.

    The original design received the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland / Gold Medal – Highly Commended. The refurbishment received an RIBA Award in 2012.