"Through its siting, mixed use and considered use of appropriate technologies, this inner city building invigorates a difficult site and seamlessly integrates all aspects of sustainability on a wider socio- economic scale. From re-use of an existing building, to the sourcing of local materials and the impact on the local community it serves as a model of well mannered urban redevelopment with solid environmental concerns integrated into the design." - RIAI Award Jury CitationLocated on a prominently elevated Victorian terrace to the north side of Cork City, St Patrick's Place presents a confident modern design, in harmony with surrounding heritage, avoiding a pastiche solution commonly adopted in such a context. With careful selection of materials, crafted detailing, and sympathetic proportion, it presents a well considered composition to both Wellington Road and the lower city wide context to the south.
Located on a prominently elevated terrace to the north side of Cork City, in an Architectural Conservation Area, St.Patrick’s Place is a mixed use type development comprising of a new build commercial / retail / office block and a residential development within an existing adjacent building.
The new build is a 5 storey building consisting of a 2 storey basement carpark, lower and ground retail floors, and overhead office and penthouse apartments. The residential development consists of the refurbishment of an existing building including the retention of the front protected façade.
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Scott Tallon Walker have been appointed to masterplan and deliver the full regeneration of the Kane Science Building at UCC. Originally completed in 1970, the building has housed the departments of Physics and Chemistry for almost 50 years and will need to remain operational throughout the project. ..
Minister for Health, Simon Harris TD officially opened the flagship new home for biomedical teaching and research at NUI Galway on Monday 2nd July...
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An Bord Pleanála has granted planning permission for this high profile mixed use development proposal in Cork city centre designed by Scott Tallon Walker Architects for developer BAM Property Ltd...
Congratulations to Katie Oliver in Scott Tallon Walker Architects who as part of the university team at the London School of Architecture - Metabolic City - were highly commended for our submission for the Architects for Health award in the DIP Arch category. ..
Scott Tallon Walker Architects are proud to be sponsors of the Academy of Urbanism (AoU) Annual Congress 2018 is taking place in Cork, Ireland from Wednesday 27th to 30th June 2018. David Flannery and Philip Jackson will be in attendance and will also be speaking at this years event. ..
Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland, designed as a result of collaboration between global architects Populous and Dublin based architects, Scott Tallon Walker has been awarded a prize in the category of ‘The Architecture Award - Leisure & Hospitality’ at the International Property Awards 2010...