We are thrilled that Lee Point Student Accommodation has been named amongst the winners of the 'Living' category in this year's RIAI Architecture Awards. A very strong citation from the Jury demonstrates our commitment to exemplary architecture in an urban regeneration context.
"This student housing project successfully improves and re-imagines a building type that has become generic and formulaic in recent years. The Jury was impressed with how the scheme relates to the river, its wider urban context in terms of permeability, scale, form, and materiality. The removal of the cores from the building and the creation of generous glazed links is also central to the success creating an architectural event out what are usually dark internal corridors. The use of these devices did not come at the expense of density or efficiency as the design solution maximises the potential of an important site which is part of a wider urban regeneration plan."- Jury citation
Lee Point Student Accommodation, Cork
We are also delighted to announce that Tyndall - Phase 3 has been commended by the Jury in the 'Sustainability' category. The RIAI Architecture Awards 2021 announcement video and details can be found HERE.
Tyndall National Institute - Phase 3, Cork
David FlanneryDavid Flannery is our Sport & Hospitality Architecture Lead and is based in our Cork studio. He is also engaged with urban design and master-planning projects across the wider practice.
Tallaght University Hospital Intensive Critical Care Unit has been shortlisted in the ‘Design Project of the Year’ category for this year’s Irish Construction Industry Awards, taking place on Thursday 2nd November.
Well done to our colleagues here at Scott Tallon Walker Architects and from across the property sector who took to the River Liffey on Thursday, 31st August for Dragons at The Docks at Dublin's Grand Canal Dock.
Ronan Phelan, STW’s Managing Director, was featured in the Business Post on Sunday 27th August discussing our design of MoLI, and how the sensitive approach taken to the adaptation of the historical buildings which make up MoLI facilitates bringing Ireland’s literary culture and heritage to life for thousands of visitors.