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Murray O’Laoire Architects

17 November 2013

2002 – Unbuilt Proposal for Hawkins House, Dublin

Architect: Murray O’Laoire Architects Unbuilt proposal for recladding and external finish to the 1960s Hawkins House in Dublin.

04 February 2011

2007 – Broadstone Hall Student Residences, Dublin

Architect: Murray O’Laoire Architects Located on a landmark site at the top of Constitution Hill, adjacent to the proposed new DIT Grangegorman campus and bounded by the protected structures of King’s Inn, Broadstone...

04 February 2011

2007 – Tailteann, Limerick, Co. Limerick

Architect: Murray O’Laoire Architects Occupying a prominent location on the new entrance route through the mature landscape of Mary Immaculate College this building was conceived as a pavilion type structure announcing an as...

03 February 2011

2007 – CIT Cork School of Music

Architect: Murray O’Laoire Architects photos yright: Located on the banks of the River Lee, theCIT Cork School of Music provides a bespoke academic facility in a unique city centre setting. The 12000sqm ‘state...

03 February 2011

2008 – Thomond Park Stadium, Limerick

Architect: Murray O’Laoire Architects The design process related to the redevelopment of Thomond Park extends back to 2003 with a request to examine significantly increasing the existing 11,091 capacity stadium. Maintaining the atmosphere...

04 May 2010

1999 – AIG, North Wall Quay, Dublin

Architect: Murray O’Laoire Architects The office accommodation is arranged in a U-shape block around a full height atrium reception space. A clear glass structural wall faces the river with the internal atrium elevations...

03 May 2010

2003 – Galway Mayo Institute of Technology, Galway

Architect: Murray O’Laoire Architects The main goal of the project was to create a new structure with a stronger identity and a more contemporary, functional architectural configuration. The new building is made up...

12 April 2010

Architects left debts of over €10m

Murray O’Laoire, the award winning firm of architects that closed down last month, has left debts of more than €10 million. The company was involved in a number of high-profile projects, including Thomond...

01 April 2010

Architects’ contribution must be recognised

The Government needs to take the crisis in architecture seriously if more liquidations are to be avoided Sean O’Laoire has been a friend of mine for many years. His father Dónal was my...

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