Our interiors department have been working hard on the new SLACK headquarters based in Dublin. We have just completed Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the 30,000 sqft office fit-out for the legendary tech company. Phase 3 is due to be completed in early 2017. Check back soon for project photos.
ODOS Dublin are currently looking for talented Senior Project Architects, Graduate Architects, Interior Designers and Architectural Assistants to join our growing team. This is a very exciting time for us and successful candidates will have the opportunity to be involved in a variety of projects worldwide.
For further details, please click the image for a full job description. Applications, including a CV and Portfolio in .pdf format, can be submitted to: email@example.com
Percy Place is featured as the cover for the Irish independent Property Excellence Awards. We are delighted that our project has been shortlisted for the Best Design Project Award 2016. Read the article here.
We are thrilled to announce that we have been shortlisted in the Irish Independent - Property Industry Excellence Awards 2016 for the Best Design Project Award. Both Percy Place and LUNA were nominated for the awards.
An interview with Director of ODOS Architects, David O'Shea, is featured in Home Building and Renovating Magazine. David discusses the design challenges and outcome of our project Alma Road. Click on the image to read the full article.
ODOS are currently looking for a talented Part II/Part III Architect to join our growing London team. This is a very exciting time for us and successful candidates will have the opportunity to be involved in a variety of projects worldwide.
Applications, including a CV and Portfolio in .pdf format, can be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
ODOS are delighted to announce that our project LUNA has won the 'Best Fit Out' Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016. This is a new award category and ODOS are privileged to be the first winners of this prestigious award. Check out the project images here.
LUNA was recently published in The Sunday Times. The article features an interview with ODOS partner, David O'Shea, about the challenges and the outcome of designing the award winning restaurant. Click on the image to read the full article.
We are thrilled to announce that our project Percy Place was Highly Commended in the Public Choice Awards and in the Best Housing Award category at the RIAI Awards 2016. The great news has recently been published on the Irish Building Magazine website. This adds further to our recent success of LUNA winning Best Fit Out Award at the RIAI Awards 2016.
Partner, David O'Shea, featured in the Sunday Independent Property Supplement recently in an article about interior design and bathroom fit-outs. Read this great article here.
The ODOS team recently went on an office day out up to the Wicklow Way. This refreshing excursion cleared our minds and prepared us for some exciting projects that are underway in our office.
An interview with ODOS Partner David O'Shea about his home, Moire Moire Moire, was featured in the new Sunday Independent's Interior Design Magazine; House, at the weekend. Check it out here!
The former underground public toilets at College Street in Dublin have been demolished to make way for the new Luas Cross City Line. In 2009, ODOS designed a number of Spaces for Spiritual Refreshment, including one for the derelict public toilets. Click here to watch the video of the demolition work featured on The Irish Times.
Our latest project, Cirillo's, opened its doors to the public last Friday. This new cafe and restaurant is located on Baggot Street in Dublin City Centre - if you are in the area check it out! Click here to read the review on Lovin Dublin. Project images coming soon!
Our project for a mews development on Morehampton Lane in Dublin has been featured in the Irish Times today. Stay tuned to our website for more information and images coming soon. In the meantime, you can read the Irish Times Article here.
Another great photo essay this week showcasing Barbara Corsico's photos of our Bloomfield Avenue Mews project, "Moire, Moire, Moire"!
Great article in the Irish Times this week featuring our recent Development Project at Percy Place in Ballsbridge, Dublin. Click here to read more and to watch the video!
Wonderful article this weekend in the Sunday Times featuring our recently completed house at Stradbrook Lawn. Click here to read more!
For more great photos of the project, check out the Selected section of our website.
This day next month will be Christmas Day!! To get you into the spirit of things, check out our Maytree House which has a nice cameo 30 seconds into this lovely eir Christmas TV ad!
To see more photos and drawings of this unique project, check out the Selected section of our website!
Both Alma Road and Percy Lane Mews featured in last weekend's issue of the Home Magazine in the Sunday Times. The article discusses the recently announced Irish Architecture Awards Shortlist - click here to read!
Some Odos projects featured on the online Architecture platform Archdaily. Including Ballymahon, Knocktopher, Castlewood, Moire, Moire, Moire, Grangegorman and Maytree. See the projects here.
ODOS project Moire, Moire, Moire features in the January 2013 issue of the magazine. Click below to read the feature which demonstrates creative approaches to building in the coming year.
ODOS will be exhibiting their work in Belfast shortly. 'Connecting Territories' illustrates the work of ten innovative practices exploring the essence of dwelling. Ground floor, Obel, Belfast. 30th November - 9th December
ODOS architects have been shortlisted for the WAN Awards 21 for 21 category. This is a major international competition aiming to highlight 21 architects who could be the leading lights in the 21st Century.
ODOS project Carysfort wins AIT Award in the Luxury Living Interior category. The awards received 1546 project entries from 47 countries. Our work will be exhibited in AIT Galleries in Cologne, Munich and Hamburg.
Published this year, Old Buildings, New Designs explores the design challenges and opportunities that architects undertake when working within a given architectural fabric. Knocktopher Friary is reviewed.