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.
PKA was appointed in 2006 by Dublin City Council to lead a multi-disciplinary team for the development of a framework plan for the Phibsborough / Mountjoy area of the city.
PKA was commissioned by the Office of Public Works in 2001 as its lead-architect for the OPW's major urban renewal project at Military Road, Kilmainham.
Following a 2003 competitive interview, Dublin City Council commissioned PKA to prepare a masterplan for the council-owned lands at Charlemont Street, Dublin 2.
Following a 2003 invited competition, PKA were appointed as Dublin City Council's architects to develop a masterplan for the area between Talbot Street and Sean McDermott Street, a key element of the NEIC Integrated Area Plan's strategy to transform Dublin's most deprived urban area into a neighbourhood where people would choose to live and work, now and into the future.
PKA's public realm plan for Phibsborough was commissioned by Dublin City Council in response to concerns among residents and businesses for the quality of the neigbourhood's streetscape and public spaces.
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.