The design of a 16 classroom primary school for the Department of Education and Skills is being developed as a prototype that explores new directions for education in Ireland
Construction work has commenced on the redevelopment of three interconnecting Georgian Buildings on the west side of Merrion Square. These buildings , which are some of the earliest houses to be built on Merrion Square, have been remodeled over the centuries and have lost much of the original layout and historic detail. The original houses were converted to offices in the 20th century and most recently have been used as government offices. The current works will undo some of the historic damage and provide a more sympathetic adaptation of the buildings for continued commercial use.
Phase 2 of the development of Dundrum Garda Station has commenced. Following the successful Phase 1 retrofit of the old Courthouse , work has started on the demolition and rebuilding of the remaining elements of the Station. This will include a new public office , general offices and detention areas. The works will be complete in late 2015.
Mahoney Architecture prepared a design for the 1916 Centenary Chapel at Glasnevin Cemetery. The Chapel is located adjacent to a mass grave where military and civilian victims of the 1916 Rising are buried. The Chapel will cater for cremation funeral services. The building features a greta stone colonnade that forms a back drop to the 1916 mass grave and a series of courts which sequence the movement of mourners through the chapel. Mourners initially gather in an open court that leads to the main foyer and from there enter the chapel through a roofed garden. The catafalque is located under a top-lit cylindrical dais around which the mourners are seated for the final ceremony. The building is constructed from stone clad pillars and walls which support a laminated timber beamed roof. Linen is used to diffuse light from glazed sections of the roof to create a muted soft light within the chapel.
The main construction works for the refurbishment and extension of Bunscoil Bhride, Rathangan , Co. Kildare have been completed. The new extension provides 12 classrooms and ancillary accommodation and the existing buildings have been renovated to provide increased size classrooms as well as a new library and a revamped PE hall.
Mahoney Architecture have recently secured planning permission for Phase 1 of the Kilmacthomas Workhouse redevelopment. The original workhouse buildings were built during the Great Famine and operated up to 1919. This planning permission is an important milestone in the project and will provide high quality studio workspaces for a group of artists and craftspeople who have operated from Kilmacthomas for a number of years. The new development utilises the dramatic interior volumes of the existing building and retains the character and existing building through light touch refurbishment. It is hoped that construction works will progress later this year.
Mahoney Architecture have relocated our Dublin office to 42 Arran Street East , Dublin 7.
The building is in a vibrant part of the city adjacent to the fruit markets.
The new open plan office is full of light and a fantastic studio space to work in.
Our phone number remains unchanged.
The Kilmacthomas Workshop Studios project was launched by Mr. Jimmy Deenihan, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht on the 8th of November 2012. The project is due to be submitted to the Planning Authority very soon and construction is scheduled to start early in the New Year.
House at Golden Bay is exhibited at House, an exhibition of 21st Homes in the West of Ireland