The office is open!

Following the Phase 2 Lockdown release of Monday 8th June – the office is now open. Social Distancing is to be observed where a minimum distance of 2.0 meters is kept between staff & visitors (the floor is marked as Read More …

Architects Declare Ireland Zoom Welcome Meeting – Thursday 11th June 7-8pm please share

Inaugural Architects Declare Zoom Welcome Meeting – Thursday 11th June 7-8pm It has been a year since the Architects Declare movement started in the UK by all seventeen living winners of the Stirling Prize. Since then it has grown to Read More …

We are open for business!

Popped into the office and opened up briefly to get a few things in the resumption back to construction work. Also changed the notice on the door to the below: And I even took a photo of me, taking a Read More …

Site visits resuming Monday 18th May…

Well it looks like I’ll be resuming site visits on the projects that were on hold on Monday 18th May (subject to Government confirmation). The office will still be closed and I’ll be continuing to work from home until the Read More …

Our double pitched triple #Mayo extension with rain-chain featured in @selfbuildire magazine…

Great to see the extensions we were architects on for Leonie & Johnny featured in Selfbuild magazine – grab a copy now! Below is the cover that you’re looking for: We featured this project in a previous post and slideshow Read More …

2019 – A year in review of Mark Stephens Architects

It’s that time of the year when we look back in review and see how good (or bad) the year has been. Here are a couple of other years where I’ve done the same thing: 2018 2016 Well what have Read More …

Architect? Use your skills in the #ClimateEmergency #IrishArchitectsDeclare

I saw this excellent leaflet given out at the recent RIAI conference (think by the Irish Green Building Council ?) and thought it best to share the ways Architects can use their skills in the #Climate Emergency. You can also Read More …

What can you as architects do in this #ClimateEmergency ? @lloydalter mentioned #IrishArchitectsDeclare

The twin crises of climate breakdown and biodiversity loss are the most serious issue of our time. Buildings and construction play a major part, accounting for nearly 40% of energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions whilst also having a significant impact Read More …

IRISH ARCHITECTS DECLARE CLIMATE & BIODIVERSITY EMERGENCY

Architects Declare Ireland is calling on registered architects to sign a declaration acknowledging the twin crises of climate breakdown and biodiversity loss as the most serious issue of our time. A group of Irish architects has declared a climate and biodiversity Read More …

Great testimonial added (from another architect)…

It’s great when you get feedback from your peers (a visitor to one of our projects by a fellow architect), and we’ve just added this to the Testimonials Page on our website: “[This] house is an advertisement as to why Read More …