We have developed a sketch design for a new parish centre for Duleek Village. The proposed development is located in a historically and archaeologically sensitive site adjacent to the church and graveyard in the centre of the village. The building form establishes an edge to the church grounds as well as a community courtyard that functions […] Read more – ‘duleek parish centre design, co. meath’.
First Steps was constructed in 2008/09 with the support of government funding under the National Childcare Investment Programme. The building which is ideally located as a landmark building at the entrance to a housing development features a compact yet flexible internal layout, covered outdoor play space and south facing secure play area. Read more – ‘community childcare facility, dunshaughlin, co. meath’.
The Hive was funded under the EOCP Childcare Scheme and was completed in 2007. The building was constructed off site using an Austrian closed wall timber frame construction method. The low embodied energy timber construction has superior insulation and airtightness levels while also being breathable for a healthy interior environment. Read more – ‘low-carbon sustainable childcare building, summerhill, co. meath’.
Ratoath Childcare Facility was developed in two phases in 2000 & 2006 to provide comprehensive full day and sessional childcare for the local community. The phase I building is organised around a south facing secure courtyard/outdoor play space to which all the pre school play rooms have direct views/access. The phase II building features vaulted […] Read more – ‘preschool childcare design, ratoath, co. meath’.
Ballivor Childcare Facility was developed by the local community and was the first such facility to funding from the Dept. of Justice, Equality and Law Reform. The playrooms are orientated south forming a sunny secure enclosed play area against an existing mature wooded area. Part of the all weather surfaced play area has a retractable […] Read more – ‘community childcare project, ballivor, co. meath’.
The soccer clubhouse design was planned as a compact narrow block to minimise impact on the width of the existing pitches. Changing rooms and bar/pitch storage are accommodated at ground floor level. Bar/function room, configured as a sub dividable open plan space are located at first floor level to maximise views over the pitches. A […] Read more – ‘soccer clubhouse design, ratoath, co. meath’.
The clubhouse was configured as an L-shaped plan enclosing the rear corner of the pitch. The bar has direct views of the pitch and a glazed corridor giving access to the sub-dividable function room also acts as an indoor spectating area. The first floor level steel framed attic contains an indoor training facility. Changing rooms […] Read more – ‘gaa clubhouse design, ratoath, co. meath’.