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 qualit...
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 st...
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
This development consists of the change of use of a conference / exhibition area to a new tourist hostel, while also integrating with part of an adjoining protected structure, the Old Jameson Distillery.
Located on a triangular site at the waters’ edge on Grand Canal Basin, this 16 storey development is part of Googles’ European campus.
The Loughmacask Masterplan continues O’Mahony Pike’s engagement with Kilkenny City and its hinterlands following our work on the City Centre and Western Environs Local Area Plans.
This best practice guide illustrates how the planning guidelines can be implemented effectively and consistently across the different scales of urban development around the country.
Located on Sir John Rogersons Quay, the building enjoys waterside views over the River Liffey, towards the north docks.
The project creates a safe, attractive cul-de-sac of houses within an existing area, completing the edge of a suburban block. Located just off the Ringmahon Road, the development consists of 2 terraces of houses, providing...
Character area design studies for mixed use centres were created within this development, building on a previous masterplan which recognised the strategic growth opportunity in this location of the wider Belfast area.
The site for Mount Saint Anne’s originally served as farmland for St. Anne’s Convent, the mother house of the Irish Sisters of Charity, and its development as a contemporary, dense housing scheme heralded the changing natu...
O’Mahony Pike Architects were appointed as team leaders and urban designers by the Limerick Northside Regeneration Agency to prepare an economic and physical masterplan for a troubled and isolated residential estate.
This Masterplan provides for a new community of 4,000 dwellings with associated town centre uses over 107 acres in the largest underdeveloped area in Dublin City between the Royal Canal and the Tolka Valley.
Chamber House is a landmark, stand alone, five storey building situated at the eastern side of the new Tallaght Square in west Dublin and directly adjacent to the County Civic Offices.
This development was the winning design in a competition sponsored by Ballymun Regeneration Ltd. The purpose of the competition was to provide high quality social housing using innovative methods of construction.
Thornwood is a quality suburban development of 164 apartments, terraced houses and a crèche in a carefully modulated series of buildings on a 1.1 ha site.
The first two phases of a housing development in the new neighbourhood of Balcurris, comprising of 90 family houses, duplex units and a small number of apartments. The design is influenced by the Georgian terraces of Dublin.
Conceived as a new, sustainable town for 25,000 people, centred on an existing railway line to the west of Dublin, award-winning Adamstown pioneered the use of the Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) in Ireland.
Adamstown Castle and Adamstown Square were the first residential sectors to be developed under the SDZ masterplan, delivering 650 and 429 homes respectively between 1997 and 2007.
The Gasworks is, as its name suggests, a brownfield regeneration development of a redundant gas storage facility in the city centre docklands area of Dublin. The 3.2 hectare development site had been in industrial use sinc...
The Barrow Street Offices development is located within the Gasworks masterplan, a brownfield regeneration development of a redundant gas storage facility in the city centre docklands area of Dublin.
Winner of the 2009 RIAI Silver Medal for Housing, this project is a proven benchmark for high density urban architecture, creating an exemplary housing project with a variety of apartment and tenure typologies.
Waterfall is a sustainable development of 42 houses on a 10.5 Hectare site, that is sensitive to its rural village context and landscape, whilst also fulfilling the demand for large detached houses in close proximity to th...
The historic Harbour Company building is the focal point of a new civic space at the centre of this mixed use development. The new public space draws people into the site towards the entrances of the three pavilion office...
This project consists of a 3 storey Convent Building containing a chapel, common rooms, refectory, kitchen, administration and ancillary uses at ground floor, with 24 accommodation cells and ancillary rooms to upper floors.
Addison Park is a suburban scheme, designed to take advantage of the spectacular views from the site over the municipal botanic gardens and a cemetery to its south, with the Dublin mountains in the distance. The lands adjo...
The linear site, measuring 0.5 acres, occupies a prominent location on Fitzwilliam Quay, overlooking the River Dodder in Dublin. The scheme is comprised of three components: a long linear block which runs along the norther...
This residential project was the first of its kind in Ireland. With 30% of its 376 homes allocated for affordable housing, the development was constructed using an innovative and efficient pre-cast concrete system.
This commercial development consists of a retail unit on the ground floor with office space in the upper floors. The design concept was to reduce and integrate with the context and character of the area.
The site is bordered by the Dart line to the north and the Howth Road to the south, and is enclosed to its east and west by long suburban gardens. The mature trees bordering the site and framing the entrance drive into the...
The site scheme lies on the north bank of the River Liffey, opposite Heuston railway station and adjacent to the Phoenix Park, with an 8 metre fall from the busy urban street edge to the river below.
The site for this project adjoins a neglected corner of one of the finest public parks in Dublin, Herbert Park, and provides the opportunity to create a new public promenade along the riverfront towards the commercial hear...
Millenium tower is an elegant 18 storey tower, located at the corner of Charlotte Quay on the Grand Canal Basin, and was the first of a new generation of tall landmark buildings to be located in the docklands area.
St Anne’s is located in the heart of a leafy Victorian Dublin inner suburb, which is characterised by red brick terraces and granite squares.
O'Mahony Pike Architects, in collaboration with McCormac Jamieson Pritchard, won the international competition to design a Masterplan for the regeneration of Ballymun.