Number 10-12 is the final piece of the range of warehouse structures at Hanover Quay to be developed. The three-bay warehouse with its associated laneway and stables is a listed structure, with emphasis on its existing “roof…
A new mixed use quarter in an elegant Victorian suburb of Dublin, the scheme for the 7 acre site consists of 568 spacious apartments, situated on Lansdowne Road close to the Aviva stadium.
Horgan's Quay is an exemplary mixed use development, within the Kent Station masterplan, which marks the beginning of a significant new phase of development for Cork. O’Mahony Pike Architects have led the urban design proces…
Located on the peninsula that separates Grand Canal Dock from the River Liffey, the layout of this strategic urban quarter has been carefully considered to create a development of distinction, with a variety of high quality …
This student accommodation scheme proposes a new urban edge to Bandon Road, historically the main western approach to Cork city, and a collection of independent blocks organized within generous communal spaces. The site is l…
The intention of this competition winning redevelopment is to create a modern open-plan office development incorporating an array of sustainable features, in a historically sensitive area of Dublin city.
Located in a key development area adjacent to Mahon Point, this project consists of 413 residential units, with ancillary retail spaces and a crèche, contained in 6 blocks ranging in height from 6 to 25 storeys.
Our design turns a challenging corner site into a vibrant commercial hub with space for work and leisure, centered around a new public plaza as an extension of the street.
Located on the corner of Cork Street and Brickfield Lane, this development consists of a 7 storey student accommodation block with an enclosed central courtyard and street front café.
A sense of place and identity underpins the design strategy of this residential development, Marianella, which ensures that the overall design compliments, engages and enhances its existing surroundings.
The Woodbrook masterplan is structured by the existing landscape features, and its proximity to existing and planned strategic infrastructure, including Shanganagh Park and a new DART station.
Our vision is to transform an underutilised site to deliver a new complement to the wider community in East Road and environs. The scheme will combine employment, living and public realm in an architectural form that provide…
The refurbishment and change of use of the former Officers’ quarters and mess in Clancy Quay(formerly Clancy Barracks), to 13 no. dwellings involved the considered conservation and refurbishment of an existing protected stru…
Grace Park Wood is located in the heart of Drumcondra, a leafy suburb that is defined by its attractive red brick streets. In the 1800s, the Carmelite brothers established St. Josephs Centre for the Visually Impaired here, a…
This proposed design is located on the remaining site between The Kilns to the West and The Links to the East along Station Road, allowing fine and coarse grain development patterns to meet about a central avenue.
This student accommodation development integrates successfully into its historic context by refurbishment and reuse of existing buildings, and by introducing activity and animation into the area.
The project forms part of one of the five ‘hubs’ proposed within the North Lotts & Grand Canal Strategic Development Zone. It is centrally positioned between the Spencer Dock, Point Village and Britain Quay hubs while benefi…
The lands at Belgard Gardens are strategically located within the core area of the Tallaght Town Centre adjacent to the primary vehicular corridors of the Belgard Road, Airton Road and Belgard Square North.
Grace Park ETNS is a 16-classroom primary school located in the DCU All Hallows Campus. This is an important conservation site with protected structures and a historic landscape setting. It was important that while the schoo…
St. Teresa's Lands are characterised by former institutional uses such as St. Teresa's House and gate lodge (Protected structures) sat within expansion open parklands with a number of existing tree belts providing a unique s…
Clay Farm is a two-phase residential development set within a substantial greenfield site benefiting from existing mature stands of trees and hedgerows, with the site topography providing broad panoramic views.
The Ursuline convent lands are located in Blackrock, Cork and are characterised by the prominent 18th century convent building, its landscaped gardens, and the vista over Blackrock Harbour.
This residential development introduces a strong geometry and urban pattern to the site, creating a sense of identity and incorporating a framework for the organisation of circulation, open space, and built form.
Envisaged as a major regeneration of the existing town, this landmark project on the northern edge of Greystones creates a new sustainable, seafront precinct, with exemplary community and marine infrastructure.
This social housing scheme of 16 units is comprised of a mixture of 2 and 3 bedroom homes and 3 special needs dwellings. Each unit has its own front garden and front door, with a private, secure garden to the rear.
The project involves the refurbishment and fit out of a Protected Structure within the St Ita’s Hospital complex.
The former Irish Glass Bottle Site and the adjoining lands represent an area of strategic importance to Dublin City. O’Mahony Pike Architects’ detailed masterplan was commissioned by the statutory receiver to inform Dublin C…
Balbriggan school was carried out under the Rapid Schools Programme for the Minister of Educations and Skills, and was completed in two phases during 2016.
Located on a site that once formed part of the Guinness Brewery, the Binary Hub marks the realisation of a masterplan which aims to bring life back to a patchwork of fine industrial warehouses and vacant lots.
This scheme is characterised by the creation of distinct areas, unified by a common architecture which though contemporary in expression is familiar in its predominant use of simple pitched roof forms and vertical openings.
The proposed residential quarter at Coopers Cross seeks to enhance the urban quality of the north docklands. The block is made permeable through a series of lanes, both east-west and north-south.
The development proposes 69 residential units within the historic walls of Lisieux Hall, in an efficient and considered scheme which responds to its unique, historic context.
This project is located in Blackrock, a mature residential suburb to the south east of Cork City Centre. It entails the provision of a sheltered housing scheme for elderly people.
Carrigaline school was carried out under the Rapid Schools Programme for the Minister of Educations and Skills, and was completed in 2016.
The context for this house is a streetscape of garden villas, nestled behind granite walls, on lands that were once part of Dalkey Quarry. The site features a series of granite outcroppings and scenic mature trees.
The project is an exemplary design for a new Department of Psychiatry and Acute Unit for Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda, on behalf of the HSE Dublin North East.
O’Mahony Pike Architects were appointed to design proposals for the development of the Abbey Retail Park, to help regenerate an economically deprived area which has suffered since the withdrawal of major industry.
This development of 18 dwellings has been constructed to make optimum use of a sensitive site, which is enclosed by the stone wall of a former military barracks, while also embracing and celebrating spectacular views of Cork…
This proposal seeks to find a balance between developing the site at a sustainable density, while retaining its’ sylvan character and respecting the pattern and character of development in the area.
Clancy Quay is an exemplary residential development, winning the RIAI Housing Award in 2018.
The Grange is a mixed development of 502 quality apartments and 4166 sqm of commercial offices with planning permission for an as yet un-built nursing home, medical centre and crèche.
O’Mahony Pike Architects won a commission to develop proposals for the Glengall Bridge site at Millharbour in the docklands - the first site to be developed under the London Docklands Development Corporation.
The subject site is an attractive new neighbourhood on the lands of the former Knockrabo estate. The proposal contains a range of different housing and apartment types, within a well defined and well designed public realm.
The project is located on a sloping site in the seaside village of Passage West, and comprises an apartment building and a terrace of houses, arranged so that the buildings and open spaces step with the existing contours, an…
This scheme delivers a coherent urban network of streets and spaces that respond to the existing context in terms of height, scale, connectivity and open spaces to create a new neighbourhood within Pelletstown.
The Catholic Institute for Deaf People creates of a new world class facility for deaf people, where they can receive every type of support and service that they might require in their lifetime.
After a design charrette focused on the regeneration of the Kings Cross station lands in London, O’Mahony Pike Architects were selected to participate in a competition to design the first residential phase on the site.
Located on a triangular site at the waters’ edge on Grand Canal Basin, this 16 storey development is part of Googles’ European campus.