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3000 SQ.M. office fitout at 5/6 Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2.

3000 SQ.M. office fitout at 5/6 Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2.

As lead consultants, Cantrell Crowley Architects have just completed the fitout of 3000 Sq.m. of office space on the ground and first floor levels of 5/6 Earlsfort Terrace. The office space was handed over to our client with a Cat A level finish and our brief was to...

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Exciting new development on Aungier Street

Exciting new development on Aungier Street

This year, on behalf of Marlin Apartments Ltd., Cantrell and Crowley Architects will oversee the refurbishment and extension to No.’s 22-24 Aungier Street, Dublin 2 (protected structures, dating from the mid seventeenth century). The project, granted permission by An...

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Irelands first Carbon Neutral Hotel

Irelands first Carbon Neutral Hotel

Under the Paris agreement, the EU has committed to carbon neutrality by the second half of the 21st century. A remarkable hotel in County Clare should be an inspiration to all small business to help achieve this goal. With the introduction of NZEB in Ireland and the...

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House Type Typologies

House Type Typologies

The Longhouse Here follows the first in a series of House Type Typologies. The rural longhouse was a natural and necessary evolution of the byre-dwelling where people and animals lived in one room. The traditional Byre-House, common in the Irish rural landscape were...

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Cork House, River Thames, London – Manser Medal Winner 2019

Cork House, River Thames, London – Manser Medal Winner 2019

A remarkably successful experiment in sustainable architecture, the Cork House in Eton scooped the 2019 Manser Medal and was also shortlisted for the 2019 RIBA Stirling Prize. Cork House was built on a small island in the River Thames and is praised for its whole-life...

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Organic design close to completion in Cabinteely

Organic design close to completion in Cabinteely

Cantrell and Crowley’s first organic house is close to completion. The site is located in Cabinteely, Co Dublin. The site known as Druid Glen comprises of 2.3 hectares. On the site is a National Monument Reference: 026-007, the Glen Druid Portal Tomb. Our Client from...

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Financial Assistance for Architectural Heritage Scheme 2020

Financial Assistance for Architectural Heritage Scheme 2020

The latest funding assistance scheme for upgrading and maintaining your protected structure have been released by the ‘Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht’ “The Built Heritage Investment Scheme is designed to assist with the repair and conservation of...

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NZEB: What it is and what we need to know

NZEB: What it is and what we need to know

NZEB or Nearly Zero Energy Buildings is a building  “that has a very high energy performance where the nearly zero or very low amount of energy required should be covered to a very significant extent by energy from renewable sources  including energy from renewable...

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