Below are a small proportion of the projects we have completed over thirty years in business.
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A recently completed new family house in Belmullet, Co. Mayo featuring: • Glass to glass connections to maximise the incredible views • Wedge shaped building with sloping eaves to create a flow through the building & excitement visually • Adheres to Mayo County Council Planning Guidelines • Polished concrete throughout • Triple glazed windows • Passivhaus standard of high levels of insulation & airtightness • Ventilation through MHVR
This unique & contemporary new house in County Mayo adheres to all the Passive House criteria such as PHPP data, airtightness, windows/doors & MHVR as well as being one of the first nZEB compliant houses in Mayo. It is contemporary yet traditional. Mark Stephens Architects provided a full architectural service.
The project that started all the rest in Ireland - our own house in County Mayo. Partly underground with an intensive grass roof. It adheres to the Mayo County Council Rural House guidelines before the guidelines were written. Extensively glazed to the front with a geothermal heat pump heating system. Click on the 'View More' button below to open the 'Tear Sheet'
This project included a new dwelling house (in a traditional style with contemporary twists), the restoration of the Swinford Cobbler's Cottage and a garage. The restoration was undertaken with traditional materials such as lime and lime render whilst the new house is A-rated designed and built in a traditional style from the front but maximising solar gain to the rear. Click on the 'View More' button below to open the 'Tear Sheet' on this project.
The two extensions to this 1980's beautifully designed and built cottage in County Clare includes a traditional front and highly glazed contemporary rear. The extensions include new kitchens, dining area, bedrooms and TV rooms. Click on the 'View More' button below to open the 'Tear Sheet' on this project.
This very contemporary, 'modernist' extension adds a new kitchen and dining area to the ground floor with additional bedrooms upstairs. The stepped forms and glazing add incredible amounts of light and space in a modern manner. The glazed link separates old from new; traditional from contemporary. For the full story in Self-Build Magazine - click on the link below. Photos by Denise K Images
We have created two extensions and either end of this traditional dormer bungalow in County Mayo. At one end the walls are curved; at the other the roof is curved. The house has been transformed from the ordinary to the incredible. Click on the 'View More' button below to open the 'Tear Sheet' on this project.
This new house in County Mayo includes a two storey traditional house to the front connected with a contemporary glazed 'link' to a single storey 'pavilion' at the rear. An A-rated house that includes triple-glazed windows, an MHVR system this new house is a combination of traditional and contemporary. Click on the 'View More' button below to open the 'Tear Sheet' on this project.
This extension and restoration to a traditional single storey County Mayo Irish cottage gives substantial new living and bedroom space for a family. With quirky interior details and finishes - the derelict cottage has been brought back to life. Click on the 'View More' button below to open the 'Tear Sheet' on this project.