Studio
19 Rock Hill
Blackrock
Co. Dublin
A94 D235

Phone: 01 278 4644
E-Mail: info@howleyhayes.ie

Howley Hayes Architects have completed a wide range of projects for both new and historic buildings and places dating from the twelfth to the twenty-first century.

The work of the practice extends across a wide range of interests including contemporary design – largely in the field of social and affordable housing and sensitive conservation – including the creative reuse of historic buildings. Throughout all projects runs a deep commitment to environmental sustainability through design and conservation. HHA has established an impressive reputation for the sensitive conservation of historic buildings and places, and has been responsible for numerous projects of national and international cultural significance including Russborough, Lambay Castle, Dromoland and Larch Hill Demesnes, and the monumental Browne Clayton Column. Open competition successes for new projects include the Millennium Bridge over the River Liffey and the Holles Street Affordable Housing Competition, (both as winners) and the Ballymun Gateway Competition, where they were adjudged runners up. The Millennium Bridge involved the sensitive integration of a new contemporary structure into the historic Dublin Quays. Conservation projects for which he has been responsible have won RIAI, Plan Expo and Europa Nostra Awards and have been published widely in journals within Ireland and the United Kingdom.

Howley Hayes Architects is a Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland Grade 1 accredited conservation practice, with extensive experience in the care, repair, alteration and reuse of historic buildings and places. Director James Howley and Associate Director Fergal Mc Namara are Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland Grade 1 accredited conservation architects.

For enquiries about services please contact Fionnuala Hayes or James Howley by telephone, mail or e-mail.

For enquiries about job vacancies at Howley Hayes Architects, please send hard copies of your CV along with printed examples of your work to James Howley or Fionnuala Hayes. It is our policy to reply to all written applications in this format, but not to e-mailed or digital applications.

People

Directors
James Howley
Fionnuala Hayes

Architects
Clare Jennings
Silvia Mambriani
Eoghan Broderick
Curtis Cassely
Hugh Neary
Jonathan Murphy

 

 

Associate Directors
Fergal Mc Namara
Conor Cooney

Architects
Rory Kennedy
Ilana Hastings
Breda Byrne
Milagros Silva Nieto
Patrick Tyrell
Jack Worrall

Practice Administrator
Niamh Lynch

Awards
RIAI Award for Commercial / Retail 2016
The People's Park Pavilion (Winner)

RIAI Award for Conservation 2015
St. Catherine's Meath Street (Highly Commended)

Irish Georgian Society Conservation Award 2014
West Wing Russborough (Highly Commended)

RIAI Award for Conservation 2014
West Wing Russborough (Winner)

RIAI Award for Conservation 2012
Hotel Ard na Sidhe (Highly Commended)

Irish Georgian Society Conservation Award 2012
Hotel Ard na Sidhe (Highly Commended)

RIAI Silver Medal for Conservation 2011
Browne Clayton Column (Highly Commended)

Irish Georgian Society Conservation Award 2011
for Conservation of Russborough.

RIAI Highly Commended 2008
Conservation Project for Russborough.

RIAI Commended 2008
Conservation Project for Killiney Obelisk.

Special Award Winner 2005*
RIAI Best Practice in Conservation
for the Browne Clayton Column.
Opus Award Winner 2005 *
Conservation Category for the Browne Clayton Column.

Opus Award Winner 2005 *
Conservation Category for the Browne Clayton Column.

Opus Design Award 2004 *
Housing Category for Balgaddy A.

Special Award Winner 2004*
RIAI Best Housing Project for Balgaddy A.

RIAI Award 2004 *
for Conservation of Dromoland Gazebo.

Europa Nostra Prize 2002 *
for Larch Hill Follies and Gardens.

RIAI Award 2002 *
for Conservation of Buncrana Castle.

RIAI Award 2001 *
for Termon House, Co. Donegal.

RIAI Award 2000 *
for the Millenium Bridge, Dublin.

RIBA International Award 2000 *
for the Millenium Bridge, Dublin

Construction Excellence Award 2000 *
for the Millenium Bridge, Dublin.