Residental:

YORK STREET, DUBLIN

Architect:  Sean Harrington Architects

York Street Apartments is a multi award winning social housing apartment development for Dublin City Council consisting of 66 apartments in a 5 to 8 storey over basement development with a Ground Floor Community Centre and Crèche located in Dublin City Centre near St. Stephens Green.

 

The project has received the following design awards:

  • RIAI Awards 2009, Winner Best Sustainable Building.

  • RIAI Awards 2009, Highly Commended, Housing.

  • Irish Council of Social Housing Awards 2009; Winner, Regeneration category.

  • International Green Good Design Award 2009,

  • (from the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies and the Chicago Athenaeum (Museum of Architecture and Design).

  • OPUS Awards 2009;  Winner Best Housing project

BALGADY E DEVELOPEMENT 

Architect: Sean Harrington Architects

Balgaddy E development is an award winning social and affordable housing development for South Dublin County Council in the western suburbs of the city consisting of 85 No. Units with a mix of 1, 2 and 3 storey Houses and Apartments throughout the site.

The project has received the following design award:

  • OPUS Awards 2007; Commended

WEST END DEVELOPMENT, TEMPLE BAR

Architects: Burke Kennedy Doyle Architects, Gilroy Mc Mahon Architects, McGarry Ní Éanaigh 

Fearon O’Neill Rooney have a long standing history of working in Temple Bar dating back over 25 years having worked closely with Group 91 a consortium of Dublin Architects responsible for the design and execution of The Temple Bar Framework Plan. 

The following is a selection of our residential projects in Temple Bar, 

 

  1. Block A, West End Development, Temple Bar. A multi-storey residential apartment development with ground floor retail units for Temple Bar Properties on the corner of Essex Street West and Fishamble Street.

  2. Isoldes Tower, Essex Quay. A multi-storey residential            

  3. development on Lower Exchange Street, Dublin 2. During construction Archaeologists uncovered sections of the original tower and foundations of the Old City Wall.

  4. React Building, Essex Quay.

  5. Sunlight Chambers

  6. 22-23 Parliament Street.

  7. Keenan’s Building, Fishamble Street, Dublin 8.

BOREEN BRADACH, KINNEDGAD, CO. WESTMEATH

Architect: Howley Hayes Architects

 

Boreen Bradach is a mixed use development for Westmeath County Council consisting of 58 No. Units with a mix of 1, 2 and 3 storey social and affordable housing on a green field site on the edge of Kinnegad. The houses were constructed from timber trussed roofs and timber floors onto load-bearing masonry walls. All the masonry walls above ground floor level were constructed using lime mortar.

SUNDIAL HOUSE, BOW LANE

Architect: Gerry Cahill Architects

 

The Sundial House project consisted of a new long term housing project for BIH Housing Association Ireland and included a new 5 storey Social Housing apartment development with 26 units, ancillary offices and community facilities. The project also involved the refurbishment works of no. 145 James Street, which is a three bay, three storey over basement Georgian Town House dating from the mid 18th century.

GOLDEN RIDGE HOUSING, RUSH, 

Architect: Whelan Corcoran Smith Architects

 

Golden Ridge Housing is a Private Residential Development on Skerries Road, Rush, Co. Dublin.

Phase 1 of the development comprised 90 No. 2, 3 and 4 bed houses and 34 No. 2 and 3 bed apartments, while Phase 2 of the development comprised 87 No. 2, 3 and 4 bed houses and 28 No. 2 and 3 bed apartments.

SWANS NEST COURT

Architect: Gerry Cahill Architects

Swan’s Nest Court is a mixed use development of social and affordable housing development for Dublin City Council consisting of consisting of 75 No. Units with a mix of 2 and 3 storey Houses and Apartments throughout the site.

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