As well as the hundreds of articles written for publications such as Self Build Ireland and URDream Home, this page features Mark Stephens Architects in the local, national and international news:
Featured in the RIAI Journal – Architecture Ireland AI299 ‘Into The West’ special issue:
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:
Here I am featured in ‘Construction’ magazine on the seminars on model-making we gace at the Techno Teachers Conference in 2016.
The current issue (Summer 2016) of Ireland’s Home&Build – Self Builders Guide features the house we designed for Tim Morris in Foxford, County Mayo.
Available now in all good newsagents or subscribe HERE
Or click HERE for the online edition (turn to page 77)
The current issue (Autumn 2016) of Self Build & Improve your Home Magazine has the updated piece we wrote on underground construction & features our own underground house and intensive & extensive roofs. Available now in all good newsagents or to subscribe CLICK HERE…
Irish Independent; Property Section – Friday 6th May 2016. House for sculptor Tim Morris & family for sale and includes quotes and credit to architect Mark Stephens Architects:
I haven’t written for SelfBuild & Improve your home magazine for a while but I occasionally provide additional information when asked as in the name-checked recent article below on the A-Z of self-building by Astrid Madsen:
Name checked on the RIAI website on ‘Top Tips from Architects’
Western People 30/03/15 – That’s us mentioned!
Mark Stephens Architects were featured on the Novedge website where Mark discusses how it began, his inspirations and methods, click on image for article:
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Clare County Council included an image and credit of the house extension we’re currently working on in County Clare as an example to illustrate ‘Energy Conservation & Efficiency’.
nb Photo was taken a while back and is nore more complete than that shown.
Contractor: Guerin & Considine, Liscannor, County Clare
More to follow…