We have a couple of Deep Retrofit projects on site at the moment. Our clients are availing of the SEAI Deep Retrofit Grant scheme. This means that their poorly performing homes will be upgraded to A-rated, energy efficient homes. The works included under the grant works are insulated floors, walls, roofs, new high-performance windows and doors, and new heating systems. Each of the projects includes a new extension and extensive renovation works. Some site photos are shown below. More information on this scheme is available here: https://www.seai.ie/sustainable-solutions/deep-retrofit/
Our Blackened Timber House has been shortlisted for an Irish Architecture Award. We’d love your support in the Public Choice Award. You can view all the shortlisted projects and cast your vote here:
We were honoured to be listed in the Irish Times recent list of “Rising Stars of Irish Architecture”. And to be branded as young in the national press. Some wonderful architectural talent on this list – we are in great company. Thanks to David Capener, Journalist, for including us. Here we are looking absolutely delighted with ourselves, with an image of our House in Leitrim project: David Capener writes: Founded in 2008 by Gráinne Dunne and Nicola Ryan, Studio Red Architects have completed a range of bespoke residential and commercial projects, but their main focus is high-end residential design. Their …
We were delighted to attend the grand opening of Riccy’s Youth Cafe in Ringsend last week. Riccy’s is a place where young people can congregate in a welcoming and supportive environment. The cafe has actually been in operation for a couple of months now and it was fantastic to go back after it has been in use. The young people of Ringsend and Irishtown have done an amazing job in making the cafe their own through high quality murals, artwork and installations. As always we were struck by the energy and commitment of the staff, volunteers and users of the …
We’re looking forward to taking part in Pecha Kucha Night 22.04.15 at The Grand Social. A super line up of fellow speakers so we hope we can pull it all off! Topics range from equality to community to jewellery design. We’ll be speaking about Reviving Pride in the Vernacular. It should be a highly entertaining night – hope to see you there.
Our clients, Ringsend Irishtown Community Centre, developed an existing office building at 15 Irishtown Road into a Youth Cafe. The original use of the building was a butcher shop and on stripping back the office fit out we uncovered the original butcher’s floor – a beautiful terrazzo which was restored to the cafe area. The fitted furniture and light fittings were designed and specified to form a simple, fresh material palette. We also designed the shopfront graphics and the new yellow tiling was designed and handmade by local ceramics artist Stephanie Mc Guinness at Cogent. We were delighted to be …
Our Farmhouse Extension was featured as one of Ireland’s Inspiring Homes in The Sunday Times guide last weekend. You can see more images of this project here.
Our Farmhouse Extension project has been included in the RIAI Annual Review. A gorgeous publication of “Irish architecture, accompanied by reviews, essays and recent competitions.” Available from RIAI bookshop or www.riai.ie
Studio Red Architects are pleased to announce we have moved our office to Dame Street. Please note our new address and telephone details: a: Office 5, 64 Dame Street, Dublin 2 t: +353 1 441 0001
We’re delighted to share the news that we’ve been honoured with an Irish Architecture Award for our Farmhouse Extension under Residential Extension Category. There were many great projects of merit in the same category – well done to all who made it to the shortlist and were awarded commendations. Here we are celebrating at the Awards Evening with David Leyden, of Hassett Leyden Architects, who won Highly Commended for their beautiful project ‘Presenting a United Front’.