Sneak Peek – Concept Design in the North West
Here is a sneak-peek at our latest work for suburban site in the North West of Ireland. Designed with Passivhaus principles, the project is at the pre-planning stage and we are using BIM Software to visualize the striking concept.
Below is a video we made of our new project in Crozon, Sligo. We designed this project with our clients using Virtual Reality. The renovation includes a ground floor layout reconfiguration and one storey rear extension. We expect to go to the construction stage on site in the coming weeks.
Below is the process involved in the design of a recent planning project located in Rosses Point, Sligo. Its a tight, challenging site in an area of significant heritage which required an innovative solution. The proposal combines the traditional inspiration of the expressed gable with a contemporary, passive solar response.
We looked to the local vernacular of fishing village cottages for inspiration.
We then morphed this shape to adapt to the restricted site.
We utilized passive solar gain to the southern glazed wall. Importantly the southern glazed facade has a significant roof overhang to provide summer shading. Here are some 3D images that we produced with our BIM software.
Rosses Point Interior
Here are some interior shots of the sun soaked open plan kitchen-living-dining area.
The kitchen finishes are yet to be confirmed. Stay tuned for updates.
Here is a planning application for an extension to a beach house in Rye which is south of Melbourne, Australia.
And a mixed use – retail and residential – project located in central Melbourne.