Type. Extension of a protected structure
Description: A two-storey extension and wing to the rear of the existing cottage. The proposed extension consists of living spaces at ground floor level and bedroom with WC at first floor level.
Alder Architects is a multidisciplinary practice based in Dublin & Cork. We enjoy applying our design skills to projects at all scales and therefore do not specialise in a particular building type - instead focusing on inventive use of materials and light. We place a strong emphasis on collaboration and participation with clients, communities and artists. Commissions to date have included new residential & commercial buildings, extensions to existing structures, workplace design and public installations.
St. John Walsh Director BScArch, BArch, PgDiph, mRIAI
St John established Alder Architects in 2016 having gained over 10 years experience working with award winning architecture practices in Ireland and the UK on a range of projects from small scale domestic commissions to large public and commercial buildings.
While working with Donaghy & Dimond Architects in Dublin, he was project architect on both Inchicore National School & the Gate Lodge extension in Rathfarnham, respectively awarded RIAI Awards for Best Educational Building & Domestic Extension in 2015. With AY Architects, he was project architect on Eleanor Palmer Science Lab, built for Eleanor Palmer Primary School in Camden, which has been awarded a RIBA London Award for 2019. He has also worked with Scott Tallon Walker & BDP architects on award-winning large scale commercial & residential projects.
Having studied in Dublin and Copenhagen, St. John graduated from UCD in 2010 with a first class honours degree and continues to be involved in academia. Currently in the role of design studio tutor at the UCD School of Architecture, he has previously acted as a visiting critic at UCL’s Bartlett School of Architecture and studio mentor at the Royal College of Art London.
Collaborators; Gillian Brady, Liam McInerney, Eoín Murphy, Colm Weakliam, Nicola Kenny