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The Lake House in The Irish Times
The Irish Times Magazine, May 2015
Creating a sea side home on a site that is mostly covered in water and is in a special conservation area was a challenge. The only way to go was up.
The Sunday Irish Times, September 2014
The Lake House featured in the Sunday Irish Times
The Gloss Interiors, Spring 2014
Approached by a small coastal road from the Wexford village of Fethard on Sea, Carnivan House sits on a breathtaking site on Baginbun Head, bounded on three sides by cliffs and sea.
The Irish Times, November 2012
AAI Awards winners anounced in The Irish Times.
The House on Mount Anville awarded for its elegance and vibrant brick walls.
The Sunday Times, 29 January 2012
Aesthetics need not go out the window when it comes to building an eco-friendly house, finds Niall Toner.
The Sunday Times, 25 September 2011
This year's Open House shows that someone who is trained in design can find solutions that work with tight budgets and small spaces.
Ireland Homes & Interiors, July 2011
We define period properties as properties built prior to 1919.
Irish Times Magazine, February 2010
After 20 years of living in a gloomy Victorian house, this family decided it was time for a makeover.
Dartmouth Square, Dublin 6
This project is for an extension to the rear of a Victorian house on the north side of Dartmouth Square.
3 Houses, Cong
The site for these houses, in a coniferous forest of 150 acres planted over fifty years by the clients’ family, has a southerly aspect overlooking Lough Corrib.
The Irish Times, April 2009
Among the others, one of the most intriguing was Aughey O’Flaherty’s three houses for three sister, set in the contours of rising ground overlooking Lough Corrib, near Cong.
Build Your Own House and Home, 2007
Despite having an architect in the family the Co Fermanagh Callaghan’s were still unsure about the design of their modern home until the day they moved in. Now they love it, as did the judges in an architectural competition who bestowed it with a design award.
A Kildare Perspective, 2007
Creating an external space by the use of existing buildings
Design Guidelines for the Single Rural House Extracts, January 2007
These guidelines were developed over the previous two years with the assistance of the RIAI Western Group of Architects and the Galway Architects & Engineers Group.
House, Autumn-Winter 2005/2006
The couple purchased this large three-storey Victorian House in Rathmines because they were attracted by the large south-facing rear garden and its beautiful Victorian features.
Irish Architecture Awards 2005
House at Roslea, Co Fermanagh
Client: Joanne and Tommy Callaghan
Architect: Aughey O’Flaherty Architects
Grand Designs Magazine, August 2005
It's long, low and barrel-vaulted. But that's where the similarity with vernacular architecture ends – the Callaghan's home in Northern Ireland is spankingly modern.
The Sunday Tribune, June 2005
In terms of architecture, Ireland is currently a country of two halves.
The Sunday Times, June 2005
Mark Keenan applauds a new wave of Irish architects who are achieving recognition for their fresh design ideas, even among the traditional and established critics.
House, Spring/Summer 2005
When Thomas and Joanne Callaghan decided to build their family home on this elevated site, they wanted to make the most of the stunning views over the rolling hills of County Fermanagh.
Irish Independent, April 2005
Did you know that your garden or outdoor space can significantly enhance your quality of life and your health?
Irish Arts Review, Autum 2003
The International Style in Ireland as exemplified by Desmond Fitzgerald’s elegant terminal building at Dublin Airport (1936), is more usually associated with the great public buildings of the early 20th century than with contemporary housing.
The Sunday Times, April 2004
The bungalow, usually derided as the environmentalist’s worst nightmare, is being reinvented by architects who want to combine style with practicality.
Irish Architect, April 2003
The house is located on an elevated sloping site with views to the north over Lough Corrib and Galway City.