Our contractor and the team on the island are flying it!!!
Coming to completion our recent project on-site a town house refurbishment. We relocated the lower staircase and lined it up under the new staircase leading to the attic. This opened up space especially in the ground floor. In the first floor we also reduced the oversized bathroom and created an open-plan utility area which creates an impression of a larger space as well as bringing additional light into the stairwell. Our aim was to keep as many of the original features as possible, for example the tiles in the ground floor and stripping back the existing wooden floors as well as repairing the existing fireplaces. With good work from Contractor Jim Hogan and his team we got the project on time and on budget. See below photos for our successful outcome.
Steady progress with a town house refurbishment in Nenagh:
O’Neill Architecture’s ZERO WASTE project ‘Extension To The Rear’ featured in the RIAI Annual Review of Irish Architecture.
“Receiving a ‘Highly Commended’ in the RIAI Emerging Practice Award has given us the confidence to persevere in an industry that still needs to improve the environmental contribution it could be making”
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Thank you to everybody for the support and help which contributed to us getting this award.
The Limerick Leader and Limerick Chronicle have both published features on the 2 Limerick projects that made the RIAI awards shortlist – Redeveloped Milk Market and O’Neill Architecture’s ‘Extension To The Rear’ project.