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: //www.seai.ie/sustainable-solutions/deep-retrofit/
We were delighted to recently receive planning permission for a terrace of 3 dwellings in Chapelizod. The project will involve the demolition of a disused factory building (originally a cinema) close to the village centre of Chapelizod, and construction of 3 energy efficient, contemporary 4-bedroom homes with views over the Phoenix Park, and a strong emphasis on universal design. It’s going to be a great project – we’ll post regular updates.
We’re delighted to receive a clean grant of permission from Dublin City Council for this 2-storey extension to a house in Sandymount, Dublin 4. Tender preparation underway. This project is all about connecting to the garden. We’ll post updates as the project progresses. Save
It was wonderful visiting this project on site last week. It’s a blackened timber house in Co. Meath, mid-build. It involves the transformation and extension of an existing bungalow in the Irish landscape. The brief called for a spacious, light-filled home for a young family, with strong connections to the site. We use simple vernacular references – 3 long and narrow A-framed volumes, joined delicately with glazed links. The stepped formation of the volumes creates more intimate external spaces on the large site. A sheltered entrance space, and a south-west facing courtyard onto which the living spaces open. The site …