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architecture & design


Loopline Arches

An adaptive reuse of the former City of Dublin Junction Railway Vaults and a vacant 1980’s station hall into new nZEB compliant offices for Irish Rail in this protected structure, with 7L architects

Forno 500

Architecture and Conservation design and consultancy for this c1750 former home now restaurant and Dublin’s first Associazione Verace Pizza Napolitana accredited restaurant.


3 South Anne Street


22 East Essex Street


This new Nowhere store is hard-edge, machine age with anodized aluminium, polished concrete, liquid flooring, mirror and glass all bound by lines of light.


36 Wexford Street

RPC Fit Out

5 week programme to turn around the refurbishment of this existing mid floor unit sandwiched between existing shops and offices.


The interior fit-out for this long established Rathmines retailer is focused on customer experience, streamlining shop display and providing smart bespoke furniture which included a concrete customer counter and a mini display workshop.


Menswear store Nowhere is located at 64 Aungier Street, the oldest merchant street in Dublin. The store design takes the essential fixtures of a clothes store and reimagines them as the structure of the narrative which is the store’s identity; the discourse of masculinity and the culture of clothes.

Urbun Café

Passers-by get a full day’s show as the chefs bake bread and cakes and prepare salads, soups and sandwiches in this simply finished unit.

Doll’s Boutique and Bibi’s Café

We designed this Café and Boutique in Dublin 8 for sisters chef Maisha and fashion designer Petria Lenehan.


An installation project for the Irish Blood Transfusion Service to raise awareness for World Blood Day.

Vernon Avenue

Conversion of Butchers Shop to Hairdressing Salon in Modernist Terrace of Shops. The conversion, in conjunction with KRP, pushes the ancillary spaces up or out, to create a single flowing space for the salon from front to back.

Boys & Girls

The recently formed Advertising agency Boys and Girls approached us with this problem, a gorgeous Georgian house with high ceilings, great spaces and original joinery, but décor that was decidedly solicitory. The brief was succinct; playful, but not juvenile.