RIAI Public Choice Award 2017 – O’Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance

June 9, 2017

Taylor Architects have won the RIAI Public Choice Award 2017 for the O’Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance for the National University of Ireland Galway. This award is the most prestigious Irish Architectural award of the year and chosen by the public from a shortlist of 60 high quality national and international projects by Irish Architects.

The building, a simple industrial form, had seen many former uses in its 160 year lifespan, from linen mill to the...

RIAI Public Choice Award Nomination 2017 – Grangegorman Primary Care Centre

June 9, 2017

Taylor Architects have been nominated for the Public Choice Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2017 for the recently completed Grangegorman Primary Care Centre.

To vote, please click the link below.


Winner to be announced on Friday 23rd of June.

Castlebar Barracks Tour

Castlebar Military Barracks Exhibition

April 13, 2016

Mayo County Council invited Taylor Architects to present proposals for the refurbishment of the former Military Barracks site in Castlebar. The large urban site is unoccupied for a number of years and separated from the town by its elevated position and the high walls surrounding it.

As part of the exploration into the site and its history Taylor Architects engaged with the local secondary school transition year students from...

Planning Lodged for Mixed Use Development in Castlebar

February 25, 2016

Taylor Architects have lodged a planning application for a major new multi-million investment development in Castlebar Town Centre. The project involves a new build element to the front & rear of the site, incorporating the refurbishment of an old bakery building. Integrating retail units, restaurant & associated facilities, office accommodation and penthouse apartment. Situated along the Castlebar river, this town center development will revitalize an area of town which urgently...

Mayo Medical Academy Official Opening

December 14, 2015

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially launched the Mayo Medical Academy on the grounds of Mayo University Hospital which will provide training facilities for student doctors of the National University of Ireland, Galway.

The project involved the restoration and conversion of the former St. Mary’s Church to providing flexible open plan teaching spaces while preserving the character and nature of the original building. The original internal space was transformed with rooflights and...

Official Opening Mayo University Hospital Cystic Fibrosis Unit

December 8, 2015

A new €1.4m day care centre for patients with Cystic Fibrosis was officially opened by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD, today, Friday 15th January at Mayo University Hospital. The new centre will, for the first time, provide dedicated facilities for all of the regular out-patient and day care needs of children and young people with CF in the greater Mayo area.

The new centre includes consulting rooms...

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