TU Dublin North Quad

This photo is of the Technological University Dublin Campus at Grangegorman. The area shown is the North Quad which is home to the College of Engineering and Built Environment. The North Quad was designed by Mullarkey Pedersen Architects and maintains a wonderful contrast between old and new architecture. 

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Private Home – Donnelly Turpin Architects

I had the pleasure of shooting this stunning private home by Donnelly Turpin Architects in Dublin. The home incorporates natural tones and large windows to create a strong sense of one with the surrounding environment. 

The redevelopment does a wonderful job of honouring the structure’s historical past, whilst presenting a modern and comfortable home.

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Dublin Landings 2 & 3

Dublin Landings is a wonderful development situated in the Dublin Docklands area. Dublin Landings includes a mix of residential and commercial spaces and wonderful landscaped surroundings, carefully designed to provide a sense of quiet in the middle of the busy city.   

Pictured are DL 2 and 3. DL3 which sits to the right, is an IPUT building. Arrow Architects and RKD Architects were both involved in the design of this wonderful site. 

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Boland’s Quay by BKD Architects

Boland’s Quay is a place steeped in Irish history. Originally this site was home the Boland’s Flour Mill, from which it takes its name. The original 1830s grain storage and stone mills have been restored and stand proudly alongside the new development. The development features office, residential, retail, and cultural spaces, and houses global brands such a Google.

From the Boland’s Quay development, you are treated to amazing views of the Dublin skyline. I was commissioned by the architects Burke Kennedy Doyle to photograph the site and was thrilled to do so.

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1 Molesworth Street Abstract

1 Molesworth Street gives many an opportunity to capture various architectural aspects. In this abstract photo we look down through the cladding to the street below. Through the collection of  materials we understand the relationship between the building and the world around it. 

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Journey’s End Howth

This spectacular house in the Dublin suburb of Howth was designed by PAC Studio. The house sits upon the southern slopes, looking our towards Dublin Bay. 

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Reflector Building

The Reflector Building in Dublin was designed by BKD Architects. I love capturing the relationships that different elements of a building have with each other: Exposed services fixed to the ceiling light up at night to create wonderful depth in the office space when viewed from the outside.

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Marina Village Greystone

This is the beautiful penthouse apartment at the Greystone Development by Glenveagh Properties in Wicklow (Ireland). The Greystone Development sees a rich blend of natural tones. Large windows create a seamless transition between inside and out.

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No. 1 Sir John Rogerson Quay

This image follows the curves of the Atrium at number 1 Sir John Rogerson Quay. This building is part of the award-winning redevelopment of this former Dublin Port site. Number 1 SJRQ was designed by Henry J Lyons Architects and incorporates the original facade – once the entrance to the tram station that sat on this site, seen in the background of this image. 

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