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Cornamona Court Redevelopment submitted for planning

The Cornamona Court Redevelopment proposal was submitted into planning in August 2017.

The development proposed comprises: construction of 3 no. residential blocks – A, B & C – to provide a total of 61 no. dwelling units,...

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Dublin Mountains Visitor Centre Planning Submission

The Dublin Mountains Visitor Centre proposal was submitted into planning in July 2017. The development consists of a sensitively designed new visitor centre facility and pedestrian tree canopy level walkway, as well as the expansion of the...

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College Green Civic Space Planning Submission

Plans for the College Green Civic Space proposal was submitted for planning in May 2017. The College Green Civic Plaza will become a ‘world-class’ space: a place at the heart of the city to be used and enjoyed by citizens and visitors alike,...

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Completion of Warrenmount School

The conversion of 3 no. classrooms in Warrenmount Secondary School to Canteen, Relaxation Room and Home Economics room has been completed on the 15th September 2016.

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PKA awarded Dublin Mountains Flagship Tourism Project – Stage II

The Dublin Mountains Project is a proposal by Paul Keogh Architects, South Dublin County Council, Coillte and the Dublin Mountains Partnership to develop Montpelier Hill and Massy’s Wood sites as a key recreation site and a gateway to the...

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PKA awarded College Green Civic Plaza Project

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Sean Treacy House highly commended in RIAI Silver Medal 2017

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Paul Keogh writes about the High-Rise debate for The Irish Times

A new article by Paul Keogh has been published in the Irish Times on 27/08/2016.  Paul writes about how building height restrictions will have to be reviewed in Dublin in order to deliver high-density neighbourhoods in the future.  The...

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House on Belgrave Road by PKA featured in Sunday Independent

PKA's house on Belgrave Road has been featured in the Sunday Independent 5/06/2016.  The feature includes an interview with Paul Keogh, outlining the challenges of dealing with a protected structure.  The article can be viewed here.

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New article by Paul Keogh in the Irish Times

A new article by Paul Keogh entitled "housing is the fabric of our communities" was published in the Irish Times on May 28th.  In the article, Paul writes how the key to solving the housing crisis with long-term solutions is through...

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Paul Keogh's essay published in RIAI Annual Review of Irish Architecture Vol. 6

Paul Keogh's essay: "Use it or Loose it - Challenges in the protection of Architectural Heritage" was published in the RIAI Annual Review of Irish Architecture Vol. 6.

The essay explores the obstacles in the the...

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Liberty House featured in RIAI Annual Review of Irish Architecture Vol. 6

PKA's Liberty House was selected as one of 17 new buildings in the RIAI's compilation of the 'best of' Irish architecture of the past year.

London-based architect and planner, Alex Ely, who is author of the Mayor of London’s Housing...

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Paul Keogh's article published in the Irish Times

Paul Keogh's article entitled "Unattractive rural towns are ultimately doomed" was published in the Irish Times on September 23rd. In the article Paul writes of the plight of small urban towns and villages in the 21st Century. The...

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PKA wins at 2015 ICSH awards

PKA's sheltered housing and community building at Leighlinbridge has won the 2015 Irish Council for Social Housing's Allianz Community Housing Award in the category of 'Housing for Older People'.

The jury praised the sensitive nature of...

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PKA awarded contract for Dublin Mountains Masterplan

Paul Keogh Architects are delighted to announce we have been awarded a contract by South Dublin County Council for a feasibility study and masterplan for the Dublin Mountains.

The study involves proposing a location for a new tourist...

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