Yeats Academy of Arts Design & Architecture – Showcase 2022

After the Covid gap – the YAADA Showcase of the Architecture Course at Atlantic TU (formerly IT Sligo) is back! You can see a blog post of the last Showcase way back in 2019 HERE Details below:

A project from 2008 finally gets started! #Ballyglass #Lighthouse #Keepers #Cottage

I don’t think there’s much better for an architect to see a project that you thought would never happen finally get started. This is the case with the lighthouse keeper’s cottage at Ballyglass, County Mayo. Exactly 14 years after first Read More …

Just about to go in for planning on this contemporary extension in zinc with glazed link to stone house County Mayo

Just about to go in for planning on this contemporary extension in zinc with glazed link to stone house County Mayo: A special thanks to Nelly again at Squaredd1 for the visual.

Planning granted on this linked pavilion type extension to house in Co. Mayo

Just received notification that this extension was granted planning in Co. Mayo – concept is a similar form to the existing house (to the left in the image) linked by a glazed walkway that forms a courtyard between the two Read More …

I wrote this towards the end of last year & still sticking to it (for now)…

I wrote THIS POST in October last year and so far I’m sticking to the plan of undertaking design and planning on projects. So far I’ve been sticking to the plan and it’s going OK. I still have a few Read More …

Planning granted on this contemporary reworking of Irish vernacular #Mayo #house

We’ve just received notification of Grant of Planning Permission on this new County Mayo house – a reworking of vernacular Mayo that comprises a single storey element linking into a storey and half. Quite a tricky one to get over Read More …

A strange story of life, @itsligo @GMITOfficial and lecturing & #AtlanticTU

So this is an interesting short story: Way back in the day (1990’s) I was teaching CAD (now you’d call it BIM) in the UK and Ireland for both private companies and educational establishments. At this time we probably had Read More …