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 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.
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.
PKA's extensive development of this Oakley Road, Ranelagh, house and gardens included remodelling the Edwardian original - a protected structure - as well as the design of a large rear extension and a self-contained studio apartment in the back garden.
One of a pair of semi-detached Victorian houses, 15 Belgrave Road had been unsympathetically extended and sub-divided into three units prior to it being remodelled by PKA in 2015.
Shaping the Future: Case studies in Adaptation and Reuse in Historic Urban Environments was prepared by Paul Keogh Architects on behalf of the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.