interior design

Effective Collaboration is how we get things done, well, time and time again. We consistently seek out the best people to worth with to ensure excellent projects are delivered to our clients. In-house, we have a fully qualified Interior Designer and 3D Modeller, who won the Final Year Award for Outstanding Contribution! (Which means Best in Class, so naturally, we're very proud of her in here). We also work with another exemplary Interior Designer, Oisín MacManus, who also lectures on the subject at Griffith college.

Following are just some projects worked on, and we're very excited about what's to come!

teeling whiskey distillery

The Teeling Whiskey Distillery is the first new distillery in Dublin in over 125 years. The new distillery is right back where the family started in 1782 and
only a stone's throw away from where Walter Teeling's old distillery was. Located in an ancient market square called Newmarket, an area long associated
with brewing and distilling, the new distillery is a three copper pot still operation reviving the traditional style of Dubli n whiskey distillation.
In association with George Boyle Designs Oisin was responsible for the Interior Concept Design and translating the client's vision from concept into reality on-site for their opening in May 2015.

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CORPORATE OFFICE DESIGN

NATIONAL WOMANS COUNCIL OF IRELAND This was a very sensitive
project that required incisive cost awareness, variety of mixed-use zones,
bespoke joinery and full renovation of existing premises.

SMBC MOSCOW Office fit and Design for London based client expanding
their business to Moscow Russia. Oisin role included client presentation,
furniture and finishes procurement with bespoke artwork and facilitation.

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE Office fit and Design for the relocation of the
Department of Defence including the Finishes and Furniture package in a
joint working package with the Office of Public Works.

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CONRAD HOTEL DUBLIN

What a difference €13 million makes. After a months
long makeover inspired by the city and its Iveagh Gardens, the Conrad Dublin is barely recognisable.
All 192 rooms are redesigned. The Presidential Suite has been overhauled. A new lounge bar (Lemuel's) and an all-day brasserie ( The Coburg) have been
added. The Hilton chain has put its 'smart luxury' philosophy front and centre. (Pól ó Conghaile @ Irish Independent)
Oisíns role included the furniture and soft furnishings procurement in association with Castlebrook Furniture and Design and Fabled Studio London for The
Coburg, Lemuels, & first phase bedrooms (94x) plus Presidential Suite.

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CORK OPERA HOUSE

Refurbishment of existing Cork Opera House while in summer recession to the main auditorium space and public bars.
Oisin’s role included client presentation, procurement of fabric and finishes, on-site facilitation and follow up visits.
CORK OPERA HOUSE_ WINNER 1 st Prize 2009 Tourism Category of the Annual Cork Better Buildings Awards, LEISURE

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CARTON HOUSE HOTEL

This €82.5 million project completed in May 2006 involved conservation and
conversion of Carton House into a ‘4-star plus’ hotel. The scheme comprises 165
bedrooms, 147 of which are new-build hotel block, and 18 of which are in the
original main house; bars and restaurants; a banqueting hall, leisure centre and spa.
Each suite was treated as a room in a private house each with a different scheme
carefully mixed and matched furniture and room-specific commissioned artwork.
Bespoke joinery carefully designed with integrated services and lighting.

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