Sustainability -

Beautiful low energy tailor made work

Our work is designed to our clients needs with a strong focus on light, energy efficiency, craft and comfort.

Our quality of life, health, attitude, etc are all hugely influenced by our physical environment. We believe that sustainability, our capacity to endure, is all about the search to improve our physical environment.

This search is the basis of our practice. We seek this improvement with every project at every stage from sketch to handover. For example, at the initial design stage, we seek a logical functional layout that makes the best use of the site, orientation, wind, passive solar design, etc. Or, at detail design, we seek the best materials, details, technologies on the basis of cost, health, u-value, footprint, certified sources, etc. Or, during construction, we seek quality, precision, air-tightness, etc.

In short, sustainability is key to realising bright positive comfortable spaces and place to live and work. It sounds simple when written down and it’s the basis of our practice.

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What Our Clients Say...

We had this idyllic site, a south facing hillside site with beautiful views over the lake and Maam valley. We needed a home that made the best of this wonderful site.   The architects were great, they listened and worked with us to create a house that was sensitive and added to the feel of the place. It sits into the ground concealing its size and now seems like it was always there. One thing that I love is the internal brightness, it is very empowering and uplifting. The house has become a retreat from our work in the city: the silence on coming home is very peaceful. At weekends, there is a magical atmosphere, the trees are alive to the sound of kids playing. We love with this place.

Paula Regan Cong P

Sustainability Projects

University Road
Residential

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House on Mount Anville
Residential

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Ballyfermot College
Public

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