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FFA Guide to Attic Conversions

An attic conversion can be a great way to add space to your home especially if you don’t want to lose space in your garden. However, there are a few things that need to be considered early in the planning stage to decide if an attic conversion is suitable for your home. Roof Height Not…

extension, churchtown, dublin 14

Churchtown, Extension

This extension is starting on site in Churchtown, Dublin 14 . This is a classic example of how we design for the Irish climate. The roof is extended out over the terrace to create one of our famous “Covered Terrace” areas, this one includes large glazed sections in the roof to allow the light to…

Building your Ideal Home or Extension

There are many components involved in creating your perfect home, especially if it is to be a sucsessful process. Fergus Flanagan Architects provide the necessary steps to ensure that your build is an experience to remember for the right reasons. Picking your Architect Whether you are planning a new corporate headquarters or are simply extending…

Moving In

Fergus Flanagan Architects featured in today’s edition of the Irish Independent magazine “Moving In”. You can read the article here.  

Newstalk

This week Fergus Flanagan featured on the Newstalk FM program “Don’t Move, Improve-In!”  to discuss the growth of home extensions and renovations in Dublin and how to get the most from your home!

The Irish Property Guides

Fergus Flanagan Architect recently featured in the Irish Property Guides Magazine . We were very happy with the article they wrote about us!

Dubin City FM

Fergus Flanagan recently commenced his weekly radio show on Dublin City FM, the show is called “Your Home – My Home” and Fergus will be discussing everything from how to redesign your home to create a space that works for you, to budgets and cutting your running costs . Tune in on 103.2FM every Tuesday…

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Why are Fergus Flanagan Architects the best architects in Wexford, Wicklow and Dublin?

Fergus Flanagan Architects are a progressive Architects practice located in both Dublin & Wexford.

We provide a full range of architecture and design services, focusing on both domestic and commercial projects of every scale.
We have particular expertise in the residential, leisure and healthcare sectors, and broad experience in the office, education and industrial sectors.
Our work ranges from large and complex projects to small house extensions; we bring to them all the same commitment to great design and attention to detail.

HOW WE ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE IN THE END PRODUCT?

Regardless of budget we ensure that we deliver excellence in both design and service.
“I never know what a building will look like at the start of a project. I start with a blank sheet every time, this way you do not rule out innovation. Every client is different, every site is different, every project has different challenges & budgets in this way every building should be different. We do not rush projects, good ideas evolve, they don’t just happen. We don’t set a time limit on any of our projects unless our client has one. It is ready when our client is happy and we feel we achieved the high bench mark which we set ourselves. Lastly I put my name to the practice and everything that comes out through its doors, this way I can give my personal guarantee of excellence in design.” Fergus Flanagan

It is important that our clients feel they have in addition to an excellent design also received excellence in service.
The essence of giving a client what they want is good communication.
As a rule every thing we design we do it using 3d modelling software.
In this way we let the client in, we involve them, we take on their ideas and then bring them to a higher level.

Please contact us to discuss your project, we work in all parts of Dublin, Meath, Kildare, Wicklow and Wexford including areas like Dalkey, Killiney, Blackrock, Dundrum, Howth, Sutton, Rathfarnam, Foxrock, Ballsbridge and Churchtown. We also work in all areas of County Wicklow including Delgany and Bray.