Mark Stephens Architects on AgriLand #article #news

Mark Stephens Architects have contributed to an article by Caroline Allen on the AgriLand web site (Irelands largest farming news portal) You can read the article HERE or click on the image below: We’ve also included the article in the Read More …

Our book on #Irish #Cottage #Extension #Plans featured in @selfbuildire magazine

Our book of Irish cottage Extension plans was featured in Self Build Ireland Magazine (https://twitter.com/selfbuildire): Click HERE to purchase or on the image above. Promo code valid until March 31st 2018 This article is also included in the PRESS section Read More …

Received the Passive House Conference Programme – and I’m in it!

I received the Passive House Conference programme today where I will be a ‘Poster Presenter’ giving a short presentation at the 2018 International Passivhaus Conference in Munich this year: My paper/presentation & poster is on: “Designing with the vernacular in Read More …

Mentioned in @WesternPeople @swinfordtown new businesses

Nice to see us mentioned in this weeks Western people (snippet below); one of our projects (the new social welfare unit is also mentioned):

Notification of planning permission on this double extension to Irish cottage

We’ve just received notification that planning permission has been granted on this double ended extension to an already extended and renovated Irish cottage:

Mark Stephens Architects in yesterdays Sunday Times…

In case you missed it: below is the article where we were featured in the Sunday Time’s article on Self-Building and the Building Regulations: You can see other articles where Mark Stephens Architects are included HERE

#Architalks #29 #Homecoming #Celtic #Vernacular

This post is part of the ArchiTalks series where a group of us (architects who also blog) all post on the same day and promote each other’s blogs. The Topic ‘Leader’ for this post ‘Homecoming’ is Bob Borson. Firstly, it’s Read More …

Notification received of grant of planning on this new house…

Just received notification that this new, split level house – a contemporary take on a linked barn complex has been granted planning permission in County Roscommon:

This story equally applies to me #Architect #Story #FridayFun #Clients

I’ve heard this story a few times, told by different people depending on what job they do: “A King was having problems with the plumbing in his castle and called a series of plumbers to fix the problem. None of Read More …

Planning Permission received on this Sligo Irish cottage extension

We just received notification that Planning Permission has been granted for this County Sligo Cottage extension. A mix of contemporary and traditional: