ABOUT


OUR PRACTICE


PROFESSIONAL  |  As an RIAI-registered architecture practice we adhere to a code of conduct to act with honesty and integrity as your independent adviser.

PERSONAL  |  As a small practice we are able to work closely with you to best understand your needs, ensuring your brief is translated into reality by guiding and advising you through each project stage.

EXPERIENCE  |  With over 15 years experience in Ireland we have established a reputation for design excellence and reliability in successfully delivering one-off houses, house extensions, renovations, schools upgrades, and commercial projects. Please view our testimonials here.

CREATIVITY  |  We work with great enthusiasm and passion to create innovative and exciting architecture. Our design approach seeks to optimise the use of space and light to create comfortable, energy-efficient, and sustainable buildings.

TEAMWORK  |  We believe successful architectural projects derive from good communication and mutual trust. We work hand-in-hand with our clients together with a network of experienced consultants and building contractors, built up over the years, to ensure effective project delivery.

VALUE  |  Our rates are competitive and offer excellent value for money. Please contact us to discuss your project and find out more about our services and fees.

 


OUR TEAM


LOIC DEHAYE  |  Principal Architect

Loic graduated from Institut Saint-Luc Tournai in Belgium (D.E.S.L DipArch) in 1994, winning the Willy Van Hove architecture award for his final year project. He set up his own practice in Dunkirk, France in 1998, working on numerous public building projects. Loic moved to Cork in 2002 and gained experience in a local practice before establishing Loic Dehaye Architects Ltd in 2005. Loic is an Accredited Member of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (No. 05139). He is a Certified Passive House Designer and was previously a Building Energy Rating Assessor.

 

TIM HAWKER  |  Architectural Graduate

Tim graduated from the University of the West of England in Bristol with a Bachelor of Architecture and a BA (Hons) Architecture & Planning. He previously worked for Stride Treglown Architects in Bristol and Murray O’Laoire Architects in Cork. He is a Certified Passive House Designer and was previously a Building Energy Rating Assessor. Tim is currently undertaking the Professional Diploma in Architecture at UCD.