Simon Community

Simon Open House 2018

Dublin Simon Community

Ceardean Architects

Dublin Simon Community provide services to over 5,100 people and families each year across Dublin, Kildare, Meath and Wicklow who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Please click on the links below to view more.

Ceardean Architects are delighted to be  supporting Open Door campaign with Simon Communities work tackling homelessness in Ireland.

We have committed a number of slots which are available to book on the Simon Open Door website.

Simon Open Door 2018 Poster

Get In Touch As Soon As Possible To Avail Of A Limited Number Of Slots!

 

Ceardean

Klaw Temple Bar

Crabs Oysters Prawns Beer – Get your Klaw In!

Ceardean Optimise Small Space for Big Things @ Klaw

Our good friends @ Klaw go from strength to strength. Ceardean have worked with Niall @ Klaw on two seafood restaurants now and they have flying high since.

A question was ‘But Is Dublin Ready For All this Seafood’?

Well Niall thought so.

And clearly he was right.

Read an excellent review here:

https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/lifestyle/restaurant-review-klaw-seafood-cafe-dublin-824811.html

 

Peace,

Ceardean

Health

GREAT GREEN GRANT News

Positive Green Action

Read some excellent news from the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten issued this week.

This news has most likely come because, as a nation, we are a little behind in our carbon emmisions reduction commitments. Either way, offering
grants to households, and businesses, to create and use their own power, is green music to our green ears.

 

Read the full Irish Times article here.

https://www.irishtimes.com/business/energy-and-resources/more-power-to-you-household-solar-energy-grants-on-way-1.3379178

Peace,
Ceardean Architects

Sligo-Cottage

‘One Man’s Quest’ – Our Very Own Derek

Flashback here to a great 2015 article about our chief Architect Derek’s
zero energy cottage in Sligo.

IF RUNNING AWAY and escaping all the madness sounds like something you’d be into -read on.

This holiday cottage originally built in 1820. It was renovated by Derek Trenaman of Ceardean Architects and is a lesson in getting off the grid altogether.

http://www.thejournal.ie/off-the-grid-cottage-2205349-Jul2015/