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Our Architecture Portfolio

Whether you're planning your dream home, looking to add an extension, thinking about a refurbishment or just looking for some advice on how to improve your existing home we can help. We offer many different information and design packages from simple advice to planning permission to full design service. We guarantee that through our expert advice and design we will help you realise your dreams and unlock the potential in your home. Below you will find a selection of recent projects we have worked on.

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Private
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Tribe Architects
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The client brief for this project was to completely renovate the interior of an existing Nursing Home in Corrandulla, Co. Galway with the intention of creating a modern family home. Due to it's size there was no need for an extension however the existing property had not been occupied for over 5 years and the interior was over compartmentalised and cramped despite the ample floor area. The property would need a major overhaul of materials and finish. Design emphasis focused mainly on the creation of an ultra contemporary home for a young family.

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Ed and Jacqueline
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Tribe Architects
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The brief for this project was to create a new Kitchen/Dining space for Ed and Jacqueline in Renmore. This project is a great example of how we need not be restrained by circumstance and that good architecture can be achieved even in a modest semi-D.

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Private
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Tribe Architects
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The client brief for this project was to completely renovate the interior of an existing semi detached house in Renmore, Co. Galway. The brief also called for the addition of a substantial extension to the rear. Design emphasis focused mainly on the creation of a modern contemporary home for a young family.

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Private Client
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Tribe Architects
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The client brief for this project was to completely refurbish the layout and finish of an existing single storey dwelling in Bonniconlon, Co. Mayo. Minimal structural work was required with emphasis on layout and finish.

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Private Client
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Tribe Architects
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The client brief for this project was to completely renovate the interior of an existing detached house in Ballina, Co. Mayo. The brief also called for the addition of a substantial extension to the rear. Design emphasis focused mainly on the redefining of the existing internal spaces.

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Bonniconlon Parish Community
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Tribe Architects
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The client brief for this project was to prepare a masterplan for the upgrade and rgeneration of Bonniconlon Village. The brief also included for the research and design of a stone monument to commemorate the 1798 Rising.

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Bonniconlon Church
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Tribe Architects
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The client brief for this project was for the upgrade and rgeneration of Bonniconlon Church. We were asked to produce a design plus the artwork for the new entrance doors plus the design for the new entrance porches.

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Private
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Tribe Architects
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The client brief for this project was to redesign the internal floor plans of a 2 storet detatched dwelling in the country side outside Oranmore, Co. Galway.

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Private
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Tribe Architects
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The client brief for this project was to completely strip out and refurbish the interior of an existing terraced house in Drumcondra, Dublin. The main emphasis was to open up the ground floor space to address the small rear garden and bring in as much light as possible.

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