On Wednesday 15th of November, the Creative Identities series concludes with ‘Identity, Urban Regeneration and Community Integration’ where a panel of speakers will provide an insight into the changing urban landscape of Waterford City. Ventures like the Apple Market and the proposed Cultural Quarter Plan will be discussed, against wider implications of evolving communities, by panelists which include Máire Henry, DHB Architects and Department of Architecture WIT, Katherine Collins, Senior Executive Librarian, Waterford City and County Council, Hillary Coghlan, Triangle Marketing, Dr. Richard Hayes, Vice President for Strategy and Institutional Transformation
dhbArchitects were ‘Highly Commended’ for the conservation and restoration of Pembrokestown Coach House in Co. Waterford, as part of the RIAI’s 2017 Irish Architecture Awards.
dhbArchitects won the Conservation Award for a Single Building or Development category for the ‘Building and Architect of the Year Awards 2017’ for the conservation and restoration of Pembrokestown Coach House in Co. Waterford.
dhbArchitects won the Conservation category of the ‘Best Buildings in Ireland 2017’ awards organised by Construction Media Group (CMG) for the conversion and restoration of an 18th Coach House in Pembrokestown, Co.Waterford.
dhbArchitects are pleased to announce that Mount Melleray Abbey, Cappoquin, Co Waterford has been voted ‘Irish Building Project of the Year’ at the CMG Building and Design Awards 2011. This award was presented to Fintan Duffy and Maire Henry of dhbArchitects at the awards night on Friday 2nd December in Dublin. Pictured at the CMG Building and Design Awards 2011 from l to r: Dr Louis Gunnigan (ICPMA), Fintan Duffy (dhbArchitects), Maire Henry (dhbArchitects), Ivan Yates (MC)