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Award Wining Architects based in Monkstown, Co.Dublin and working in all surrounding counties.

Specialising in sensitive contemporary design for domestic extensions, renovations, new-build houses and interior design.  We also design and build custom joinery.

RIAI registered architects, project managers & interior designers

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Conserving Your Dublin Period House

Paul Mulhern

There are still four lunchtime lectures left in May as well as the Architectural Walking Tour.

The Irish Georgian Society and Dublin City Council have assembled a team of conservation experts to present a series of talks on the history and significance of Dublin’s period houses and practical advice on their conservation.  Attendance at the talks will greatly benefit owners of all periods and types of houses, from the modest Edwardian artisan dwelling to the substantial red bricks of the Victorian suburbs and the fine townhouses of our Georgian city squares, providing an A to Z for their care and repair

Talks, which will commence on Tuesday 4th March 2013 (1pm to 2pm) and continue for 12 weeks, will take place in the Octagonal Room, CAH, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2. 

The talks and accompanying walking tour are individually priced at €10 (€5 students), however advanced booking for all is at a special discounted rate of €110 euro (€55 for fulltime students with cards). Full time students pay at the door, student card must be presented. To reserve your place call 01 679 8675.

Walking Tour, 11am Saturday 12th April (duration 1 ½ hrs): Dr Susan Galavan, MRIAI, will lead a walking tour examining the architectural form, style and detailing of Northumberland Road, D2.  Built over the course of six decades in the 19th century its buildings which vary from tall red-brick terraces to fine semi-detached houses provide an exemplar of the development of Dublin’s Victorian domestic architecture. 

For full details download the brochure

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