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About Us
About Us
  
OH Architecture is a new, vibrant and enthusiastic Architectural firm. Our architects / designers have experience in a wide range of projects across all sectors.

OH Architecture is a Dublin based Architectural practice, that predominantly work on projects in Dublin, Meath & Louth, but have worked all over the country. We pride ourselves on our diverse portfolio, including projects in the sport, leisure, retail, residential and commercial sectors. 

We believe that building strong client relationships is of 
Paramount importance and we work closely with our clients to engender complete trust.  We see diversity as our strength and this has ensured that we've been practising Architecture for more than 10 years.
With a particular interest in:

     One off housing
     Extensions & Refurbishments
     Housing / Apartment developments
     Commercial developments
     Hotel, Sports & Leisure developments


Our team has a great wealth of experience and know that, despite the complexity of the construction process, there should be no mystery to the client.  We aim to make our designs as clear and easy to understand as possible.

Here at 'OH Architecture' we understand that many clients may have busy and hectic lives, with that in mind we wish to ease the strain on clients by meeting outside of typical work hours if required.

Standard opening hours:
9 am - 5 pm Monday to Friday


By appointment:
8 am - 8 pm Monday to Friday
8 am - 2 pm Saturday


Some of the images displayed on the website although designed by OH Architecture members, may have been in designed in previous architects practices.


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Useful Links:

Planning permission 'Domestic development':
What can I build as exempted development click on link below:
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Planning permission 'Agriculture development':
What can I build as exempted development€‹ click on link below:

Weblink Argiculture development

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Architectural / Construction News Ireland 2016:

July 14th 2016
The right moves: Irish construction sector in strong recovery but profit margins are thin.
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May 18th 2016
Less than half of the costs involved in building in Dublin area go towards construction. 30% of building costs associated with land & VAT.
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May 5th 2016
Landmark Bank of Ireland building Sold 
Bank o Ireland Builnd in Eyre Square in Galway City to a private investor for 10.5milliom.
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April 29th 2016
Dublin City Univeristy
DCU announces ambitious infrastructural development plan, cost 230million, completed by 2021 Read More ...............................................................................................................................

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April 28th 2016
New national children’s hospital
at St James’s granted planning permission, it is to be completed by 2020 at a cost of 700 miliion. Read more ...........................................................................................................................
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Architectural  / Construction News Rush:

February 7th 2015
Proposed Development on rush 'upper' main street. 
The construction of a 'Aldi' Anchor supermarket, commerical units,  retail units, gymnasium & public square.

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...............................planning ref: F12A/0225...  Weblink to Fingal County Council Drawings  

Architectural / Construction News Ireland
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Irish construction Sector strong

Building costs high - Due to Land value, Levies & VAT

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BoI Building sold in Galway
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Dublin City Univeristy Infrastrural Development - May 2016

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New national childerns hosptial recives plannng permission - April 2016