Dublin City Council's College Green Plaza aims to provide Dublin with a 'world class' civic space; a place at the heart of the city for the use and enjoyment of citizens and visitors alike.
Rathfarnham's 1960s Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel was perceived as past its sell-by date when PKA was appointed to undertake a major remodelling of its interior in 2012.
Commissioned by Fingal County Council, PKA's extension to Balgriffin cemetery provides the graveyard with an additional 3,600 burial plots, as well as columbaria for cremated remains and reburials.
The PKA-designed Dublin Mountains Visitors Centre is South Dublin County Council's flagship proposal to develop a gateway to the leisure and cultural opportunities that the mountains provide for tourists and Dubliners alike.
Paul Keogh and Rachael Chidlow were lead members of Group 91, the collective of emerging practices that designed and executed the internationally-acclaimed Temple Bar Framework Plan between 1992 and 1995.
PKA's Tuam library and civic offices stands on a strategically important site within the historic town's architectural conservation area, and in the vicinity of three protected structures - St. Mary's Church of Ireland Cathedral, Temple Jarlath and the Yew Avenue approach to the cathedral.
PKA's design brief for the Overends café was to create an interior that reflects the ethos of Airfield - the promotion of an awareness of nature and horticulture within of the city.