Shrewsbury's most prestigious townhouse hotel - the Lion & pheasant - re-opened its doors in November 2010 following a major renovation programme under the direction of PKA.
Built as part of Joshua Dawson's 1700s grand plan for the lands east of Grafton Street, PKA's remodelling of 51a, b & c Dawson Street is an exemplar in the adaptation and reuse of protected structures.
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.
PKA's top-to-bottom remodelling of Shrewsbury's Boathouse Inn has transformed this run-down public house into the Shropshire town's most iconic gastropub.
PKA's remodelling and conservation of the landmark 1930s Kodak building in Rathmines has given a new lease of life to one of Dublin's few remaining examples of Art Deco architecture.
Formerly a climbing shop that served local mountaineering enthusiasts, Ernest & Co is PKA's latest addition to the Lion & Pheasant Hotel in the Shropshire town's historic centre.
he Irish Times Commissioned PKA in 2013 to develop a new concept and a new design for the lobby and educational rooms of its head office, so as to reflect the newspaper's shift from being a hard-copy broadsheet to a digital information news forum.
The Sycamore Street mixed-use development forms one side of Meeting House Square, the flagship public realm element of the Temple Bar regeneration project undertaken by PKA in association with Group 91 Architects.