We are delighted to announce that Pavilion House is featured in the March / April 2020 issue of Architecture Ireland. Here’s a snippet of what Ross Melbourne MRIAI had to say — “Built on a square plan, the modest guest pavilion sets the tone on arrival. Its timber post-and-beam loggia approximates the welcoming gesture of Gunnar Asplund’s Woodland Chapel, at once elemental and refined. A roof light at its centre washes light down a bisecting wall that braces the roof structure.”
At Robert Bourke Architects, the health and well-being of our team and that of our friends and families is our top priority. In order to do our part and help prevent the spread of Covid-19, our team are now working remotely.
We are still operational and are taking on new projects with the team able to provide initial thoughts and designs to our clients. So please do get in touch should you be thinking about a renovation, extension or new build; email@example.com. Feel free to browse our past projects on our website for inspiration.
We’re delighted to be featured in the Sunday Independent article, Futureproof. RBA founder Robert Bourke shares six tips that will improve your space, whether you’re downsizing or refurbishing. Here’s a snippet of what he has to say —
“The rule is the smaller the space, the more important the details. Not only should every inch of space play its part in enhancing the quality of your life, but so should the details, or how things are made. A handrail to a stairs is a necessity, but could also be an interesting feature in a room.
Make sure to follow us on Instagram to keep up to date with our most recent projects. Check out the stunning new photographs of our holiday home adaption in Riverchapel, Co. Wexford, by our friend and regular collaborator, Ste Murray. The images detail the oiled oak benches and steps, and illustrates the split level design beautifully.
We are delighted for our practice to be featured in the Irish Arts Review. Many thanks to the author, Emmett Scanlon, for his kind words and to our photographer, Ste Murray, for the great photographs.