A speculative office development in 2007 which has become a landmark building. In granting Planning Permission.
Edmondson has worked with Marco’s partners, Fitzers Catering, for 36 years. Edmondson created both of Marco’s Dublin Restaurants, Dawson Street in 2009 and Donnybrook in 2013. Each has a unique character.
Proposals a for a glass box insertion into Breakfast Room at the rear of a nineteenth century house above the Shangannagh River to look North-West across the valley under the setting sun
Works carried out by Royal Appointment to U2 and commissioned on foot of a competition for ideas to modify a 1939 Art Deco Hotel by the River Liffey in Dublin.
Models of winning designs chosen by Galen Weston after a competition for ideas for moving Brown Thomas from the East side of Grafton Street to the West side.
Permission obtained for housing, apartments, tennis club and school sports pavilion in green belt zoning after a skilful appeal to the United Kingdom Inspectorate overturned a Local Authority Refusal.
Period mews converted to twenty first century eco house with solar collectors, geo-thermal heat source, mechanical ventilation heat recovery system.
Winner of a Millennium Award for Conservation from the United Kingdom Civic Trust in year 2000. A pair of Victorian warehouses with elaborately carved Sandstone facades.
A nightclub expressed in an industrial aesthetic with walls clad in steel panelling, tables made from perforated stainless steel and iron bar stools cast in a mould taken from an elephant’s shin bone.
A new build apartment development bestowed an award for Excellence of Design by The Architectural Association of Ireland in 1993.
New housing development inserted into a suburban woodland with houses overhanging the Loughlinstown River whilst creating a twenty four metre wide riparian nature reserve. When built, it will be the longest green wall in Europe.
An innovative re-interpretation of a modest family home in a definitive housing estate. It reads like The TARDIS as a modest exterior gives way to surprising and playful spaces which open up inside.
A new three and four storey house inserted into a Victorian terrace. Every corner of every detail of every element of all designs implemented by Edmondson are forged from first principles producing a unique one-off.
A late Victorian Hospital converted to hotel by Edmondson in 1989 and then known as The Hibernian. Extended in 2006 and re-branded The Dylan.
The site straddles the Western Greenway cycleway, and Edmondson is currently involved in developing new projects around this vibrant artery for 2017.
A clever new face clad onto redundant warehouses facing onto Boghall Road, Bray, enabled a retail warehouse user to recycle the space.
A really unique restaurant where the elegant Art Nouveau steel shop-front was fabricated on site in situ and the lighting system designed and manufactured to order.
Three Planning Permissions obtained in 2014 for this school approaching its centenary. Sandford Park is in the middle of a suburban block surrounded by 100 houses. Despite a history of conflict with these neighbours, consultations with adjacent residents resulted in agreements addressing their concerns. All three Permissions were confirmed without any appeals to An Bord Pleanala.
The first new hotel in fifty years built inside the walls of Derry City in 1995 on foot of the 1994 I.R.A. ceasefire.
Reconstruction of 45 Grafton Street to optimise retail space and open up theshop-front to maximise display. Later fitted out under VANS brand for Vanity Fair International.
A collection of contemporary beach houses which evolved out of some summer chalets built in the style of 1970’s modernist mono-pitches from west coast USA.
Corporate fit-out of speculative built office block for banking company demonstrates the office’s capability in three dimensional presentations.