Sustainable Energy Awards 2016

Horgan Carroll Architects were included as Finalists in the 2016 SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards. The entry was for designing the renovation of a derelict fire station in Midleton for use as a community resource centre and youth café, called ‘MY Place Midleton’. The “My Place” Board decided to transform the disused fire station on the main street into a vibrant youth centre. The facility is highly energy efficient, comfortable and welcoming  and there is a long-term goal for it to become self sufficient in energy.

http://www.seai.ie/Your_Business/Sustainable_Energy_Awards/Energy-Awards-Shortlist-2016/Energy-Awards-Finalists-2016.html

 

Copper meets Stone

Our recently completed extension to a contemporary farmhouse in County Cork. A palette of natural materials including copper, natural stone and hardwood providing a comfortable connection to the surrounding landscape.

Paul Matson and his colleagues at MMOS Engineers can take credit for what proved to be a challenging project from a structural design perspective.

Two wonderful clients with a great knowledge and appreciation of materials and detail can take a bow for their brave decision to pursue such a brave design approach and for their perseverance in seeing the build and fit out through to completion.

 

 

2016 | HorganCarroll