Frankarchitecture

Glazed Screen to street
Frankarchitecture is a registered architecture and design company whose principal Frank Hughes has 25 years experience in the design , construction and project management of buildings and fit outs for Office, Retail, Cultural , Tourism , Residential and Private Domestic sectors both in Ireland and abroad.

We work very closely with our clients to ensure that our design responses are tailored to  their needs and budgets. We draw from a wide pool of inspirations for our design work and our working process is collaborative , engaging the client and the other design professionals from the early stages of the project .

Main reception Foyer

View as built

Old and New in Street

Incorporation within Conservation Street

Rear volumes and restaurant balcony

Before Intervention view From Lower Hatch Street

Terrace to meeting rooms

Meeting Room floor reception

Glazed Screen to street

Volumes to Street

Glass Feature Stair Client Offices

Client Stairs

Lift Lobbies

Glazed Privacy Louvres to side street

Entry Doors to Foyer

Incorporation within streetscape

Side Street glazed privacy screen and planting

Open Plan Office floor

Main Reception Foyer

Use of recesses to accentuate Georgian plot proportions

Janet Mullarney Sculpture , glazed screen treatment

Main reception Foyer
View as built
Old and New in Street
Incorporation within Conservation Street
Rear volumes and restaurant balcony
Before Intervention view From Lower Hatch Street
Terrace to meeting rooms
Meeting Room floor reception
Glazed Screen to street
Volumes to Street
Glass Feature Stair Client Offices
Client Stairs
Lift Lobbies
Glazed Privacy Louvres to side street
Entry Doors to Foyer
Incorporation within streetscape
Side Street glazed privacy screen and planting
Open Plan Office floor
Main Reception Foyer
Use of recesses to accentuate Georgian plot proportions
Janet Mullarney Sculpture , glazed screen treatment









 

 

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