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Cottage Cubed

Cottage Cubed

DMVF were approached by the owner of this derelict mid-terraced fisherman’s cottage to undertake a full refurbishment. The original structure dates from the mid 19th Century. The cottage is tiny at 26 square meters and had no garden front or … Continue reading

Extension, D14

Extension, D14

DMVF Architects were asked to remodel and extend this large two storey house so that the owners could enjoy the stunning garden designed by designer Dairmuid Gavin a number of years ago. Unfortunately the views from the rear of the … Continue reading

Extension, Dartry

Extension, Dartry

Our clients were extremely conscious of the environment and energy efficiency so various measures were researched and then introduced into this project.  We used materials such as external insulation, wood fibre insulating boards and intelligent breather membranes. In addition, we … Continue reading

Houzz.com

Houzz.com

John Hill of Houzz.com gives his thoughts on how walls have the potential to give stairs the character of rooms. He focuses on stairs that carve a space for themselves through the use of solid walls and uses DMVF’s Fisherman’s … Continue reading

IHIL

IHIL

DMVF were asked again this year by Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living Magazine to contribute to a piece in the January edition of their magazine. Our tips this time focused on ‘reshuffling’ instead of extending, the new ‘Family’ room and … Continue reading

Image Interiors

Image Interiors

We were delighted when Image Interiors & living offered to feature one of our projects in their May/June 2012 edition. This house is a full remodel and extension to a detched Victorian House. In this home our clients approached us … Continue reading

IHIL

IHIL

DMVF were approached by Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living Magazine to contribute to a piece in the April edition of their magazine. The piece was aimed at home owners who wish to redesign and renovate their existing homes. This piece … Continue reading

Irish Independent

Irish Independent

When artist Bridget Flinn renovated her Dublin 4 house, she tells Mary O’Sullivan, there was no room for any cream because colour rules the roost. Read the full article.

DMVF meet Enda Kenny

DMVF meet Enda Kenny

DMVF were delighted to meet Enda Kenny when he opened one of our buildings in Parnell Square for Lyons Dermody Solcitors

COMING SOON….

COMING SOON….

Just a taste of things to come………..

RIAI AWARDS

RIAI AWARDS

DMVF are delighted that our project ‘Cottage Cubed, Refurbishment of a 25sqm Fisherman’s Cottage’ has commended in the Best House Extension award in the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2012.

IMAGE INTERIORS

IMAGE INTERIORS

Our extension in Rathfarnham was featured in Image Interiors & Living Magazine in May/June 2013. Click on our images to read more.

Sunday Times

Sunday Times

Niall Toner featured our Replacement House, Co Meath in his article in The Sunday Times in March 2012. In this piece Niall is focussing on the benefits and possibilities of remodelling and extending. As DMVF have a large portfolio of … Continue reading

DMVF Architects are an experienced team of architects based in Dublin offering a range of architecture services, from assessment and development of house plans for planning permission, to one-off house design and building project management. DMVF Architects have extensive experience in house extensions and refurbishments and specialise in renovation and conservation architecture - such projects range from traditional cottages to Georgian townhouses. DMVF are an RIAI grade III accredited conservation practice.

DMVF Architects also offer design services for commercial buildings, with a wide-ranging portfolio of projects including bars, restaurants, health care, retail and office fit-outs and exhibition design. For private development clients, projects have included multi-unit housing projects and apartment buildings.

DMVF Architects is a registered member of the RIAI. With offices in Dublin, DMVF Architects design and complete housing and commercial projects around Ireland.