O’Mahony Pike Architects is an architecture and urban design masterplanning consultancy with offices in Dublin, Cork and London. Established in 1992, we are a practice which focuses on humane contemporary design that is innovative yet functional , sustainable yet economical and elegant yet respectfull. We place significant emphasis on delivering value for our clients and on nurturing long term working relationships.
O’Mahony Pike Architects and its directors have been involved in developing energy efficient designs since the late 70s. At that time we won a European passive design award for a large housing development in Ireland which became the focal point of a three year research project with University College Dublin. Since then sustainable, durable, efficient design has been central to our thinking on all projects. We have invested in research, developed pre- fabricated construction systems in steel, timber and concrete and have devised a variety of concrete cladding systems which increase site efficiency, reduce wastage and improve energy efficiency. Modular design of kitchens/ bathrooms and bedrooms is also incorporated into many of our delivered projects. OMP has completed three residential projects in the recent past that achieve Code 5 / A2 status.
We have trained and experienced Building Energy assessors within the practice who ensure that all designs are continuously monitored during the process to ensure viable and economical energy saving solutions are applied. We also provide a BER service on request.
Many of our clients are private developers selling directly to the public and OMP has extensive experience dealing with legal enquiries during the conveyencing process . On request we can provide legal mapping services associated with land and title registration.
OMP have the skills to offer high quality CGI imaging across all ranges of projects including Montages, Interior Walk Throughs and 3D modelling.
As we recover from the financial crash and subsequent global recession, the nature of the architects roll and the nature of the architect’s skills sets changes. Public expectations of construction professionals to repair the damage are challenging. OMP has worked directly with Banks and receivers to complete unfinished construction work, redesign or reconfigure unviable projects and reconsider planning and development strategies on stalled developments. The following are examples of our most recent recovery projects. Our approach to solving the problems of failed development in all its manifestations has required us to assemble a team of experienced professionals that can demonstrate a clear understanding of stakeholder issues with market knowledge that devises commercially viable solutions and with the capacity to deliver on site.