House + Design

Our Tenters’ Triangle project has been featured in the amongst great company in the June 2021 issue of House + Design.

See the feature here!

House and Home

Robert Bourke Architects has been featured amongst great company in the March/April 2021 edition of House and Home which mentions our projects; Pavilion House, Tenters Triangle and Portlands.

See the feature here!

The Sunday Times

Our recent project, Tenters Triangle, has been featured in the Sunday Times (Jan 17).

“An awkwardly shaped corner plot posed a challenge to architects when it came to extending a house in Dublin’s southside.”

Read the full article here.


HNY! We welcome our friends and followers to browse our very first newsletter which looks at the challenges and achievements of 2020 at RBA, with a sneak peak of some exciting upcoming work!

Get our future newsletters right to your inbox by selecting subscribe on the top bar of the newsletter.

Wood Awards Ireland 2020 Winner – Pavilion House

We are excited to share the news that our project Pavilion House won the 2020 Wood Awards in the Small Scale Private Buildings category! A great note to finish 2020 on. Wishing all of our friends a very Merry Christmas.

See this year’s Wood Awards Ireland results here!

RIAI Awards Highly Commended – Pavilion House

We are delighted to announce that our Pavilion House Project has been Highly Commended in this year’s RIAI awards.

See this year’s RIAI Awards results here!

Haddington Park Open House 2020

Though we are sorry not to be able to welcome you in person for this years Open House, we are delighted to be able to bring you on a virtual tour of one of our favourite projects, Haddington Park, an extension and renovation of a 1940’s bungalow in Glenageary, County Dublin. Get an insight into the design process and a peek at the finished home which was awarded highly commended for Best House Extension at the 2018 RIAI Awards.

Check out the Open House video here!

New Project Uploaded – Covid Mobility Programme

RBA, in collaboration with landscape architect, Julia Vavilova, have made a submission on behalf of local businesses, residents’ associations and politicians in Phibsborough as part of Dublin City Council’s Covid Mobilty Programme.

Check out the project here!

RobertBourkeArchitectsDublin, Pavilion House, RIAI Awards one-off house Shortlist

Our Pavilion House project has been shortlisted in the “Living – One-off Houses” category. We look forward to the results soon.

Check out the project here!

Architecture Ireland Feature — Pavilion House

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.”

Check out the full feature here.

We Are Working Remotely

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; Feel free to browse our past projects on our website for inspiration.

Stay Safe,
Team RBA

Sunday Independent Feature — Futureproof

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.

Check out the full feature here.

37 North Great George’s Street,
Dublin 1, Ireland, D01 A3F8

Call +353 (0)1 872 7904