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Colehill House

A Classical Manor House design

Construction of a new build two-storey residence and garage

This house was designed in a classical style. To achieve a true classical design two master architects were studied and analysed, Andrea Palladio (a Rennaisence architect) and Le Corbusier (a modernist architect trained in classical design). Both architects employ regulating lines and golden section proportions to compose their designs. You can see from the images these influences. You can find out more about this project in Our Work

We Are More Architecture

MORE Architecture is suitably poised to service all corners of Ireland as a midland based BIM ready design studio. We offer architectural and interior design services to residential and commercial clients.

Our work is guided by a commitment to create modern solutions sensitive to the unique characteristics of each location.

Our aesthetic is warmly minimal with careful consideration of light, space and materials to create an enduring architecture of functional beauty. As an architectural practice with a background steeped in construction we can efficiently deliver a project from the preliminary design and planning stages through to the fine detailing of finish elements. We ensure a high level of client service and project management culminating in exquisitely designed and detailed buildings.

Our Services

MORE Architecture is:
MORE than just great architecture,
MORE than just great service,
MORE Architecture is a movement!

Our Happy Clients

We reached out to More Architecture via email and had a free initial consultation meeting which we found really helpful as we had little experience dealing with Architects and a new build. Rory and Ian are very professional to deal with it. They couldn’t have been any more accommodating. They offer great packages on all stages of design and have some innovative design ideas. Rory and Ian listened to our (lengthy) brief, completed a site survey and created a fabulous concept design booklet to see help us see our home come to life.

Ciara Mulleady

★★★★★

Having decided to build, I meet with More Architecture for a free consultation. I first met with Rory, and within an hour of the first meeting, I decided to trust the lads and on their suggestion got them to do a concept drawing. I found all involved to be very agreeable, a detailed breakdown of costings and no pressure as to how much or how little involvement the lads were to have. I gave them a comprehensive wish list which would be near impossible to accomplish and from the first draft they got it perfect, they certainly listen to the client and then add there own expertise. I usually do not leave reviews, but for two reasons I have, firstly they deserve the recognition for the for me, it was a huge decision to put my trust and money into a firm who would ultimately have responsibility for designing a home. I want to give my honest opinion of how the lads made the process very relaxed and stress-free and the whole process an enjoyable one.

Donal Connolly

★★★★★

My husband and I contacted More Architecture to help us get started with our forever home as we had absolutely no idea where to begin or how the whole process worked. We met Rory for a free consultation initially and straight away we had a better idea of where to go and what was possible for us. On the back of this we hired them to do the initial designs for our house and we were delighted with the concept design booklet they presented to us. We felt they really put in a lot of time and effort to design a beautiful house for us while keeping things realistic (for planning applications) and within the planned budget. They have always been prompt with replies and easy to contact, we highly recommend them!

Eimear Crowley

★★★★★

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