Mixed-use residential scheme in South Dublin
QBB Architects are delighted to have secured an excellent planning permission for the McGarry Group for a new mixed-use residential scheme. The 3-storey development with a gross floor area of c. 525 sqm. consists of 1 no. commercial office unit and 3 no. apartment/ duplex units with roof terraces at first floor level.
Castleknock Lawn Tennis Club – On Site
Extension and Refurbishment works are progressing well on site. The existing Clubhouse will be completely refurbished and reconfigured with the addition of a two-storey extension. The new Clubhouse of approx. 1000 sqm. will comprise of new changing facilities, function room and bar, meeting and club rooms, fitness facilities, administration & ancillary areas as well as providing a new viewing balcony overlooking the tennis courts.
Check out the CLTC website below for amazing drone footage of the building site and its’ progress:
Below a computer generated 3D view of the proposed development:
PANG Restaurant Fit-Out
We are delighted to have been involved in the fit-out for the new Pang Restaurant on Kevin Street. This is a new venture for owner Barry Wallace, who is bringing his passion for Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls to the streets of Dublin.
This is a new concept and one which we are sure will be a huge success.
Check out their website below:
Extension to Hartstown Community School in Dublin 15 completed
Quinn Barnwall Buggy Architects are delighted to hand-over a new 850sqm. two-storey annex extension, comprising 8no. new mainstream classrooms and one science suite, together with ancillary spaces, storage areas and associated site works at Hartstown Community School in Dublin 15. We thank the Principal, staff and students for their co-operation throughout the build and trust they are settling in well.
School project features in ARCHITECTURE IRELAND latest issue
RIAI award winning project, Loreto Dalkey Sports Hall, appears as a Feature Project in the latest issue (285) of ARCHITECTURE IRLEAND.
QBB Architects feature in Architecture Ireland Nov/Dec 2015 issue
Quinn Barnwall Buggy Architects are mentioned in a news item (Page 7) in the latest issue (284) of Architecture Ireland. A full feature of the award winning project, Loreto Sports Hall Dalkey, will feature in the first issue of 2016.
Merry Christmas and a peaceful New Year
Merry Christmas and a peaceful New Year to all our clients and collaborators. We look forward to working with you in 2016.
Summer Works 2016/2017
The Summer Works Scheme 2016/2017 has just been announced by the Department of Education and Skills.
Creating the best possible learning environment for all pupils of all ages in all areas is a top priority for Quinn Barnwall Buggy Architects. We have years of experience in managing and delivering Summer Works Projects to a very high level of satisfaction, across a broad scale of size and job type.
If you are a school, and would like to make an application, or simply need advice, please do get in touch with us, and we shall be happy to help.
Latest school project completed in Dublin 20
Quinn Barnwall Buggy Architects are delighted to hand-over a new standalone annex building with library, 5 classrooms, 2 resource rooms with a linking corridor and ancillary accommodation at Pobalscoil Iosolde, Palmerstown Community School in Dublin 20. We thank the Principal, staff and students for their co-operation throughout the build and trust they are settling in well.
Loreto Abbey Secondary School, Dalkey – Sports Hall opening 18/09/15
The Sports Hall was officially opened last week with a presentation made to Cormac Buggy of Quinn Barnwall Buggy Architects and Stefan Hoekenreiner of ambient architecture. The building, comprising of a PE Sports Hall, reception and assembly foyer, changing facilities, viewing gallery, fitness gymnasium and studio space with external sports spaces and landscaping on a coastal site, is an RIAI Competition winning job.