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Naylor House, Baltimore

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FMP Architects

We recently completed a two storey extension and renovation to a house in Baltimore, Co. Cork. Our brief was to provide additional living space, re-orientate internal spaces and capture the views of the harbour. Large glazing elements and a first floor zinc cladding define the new extension. ... See MoreSee Less

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FMP Architects

Some photos from the Douglas Street Autumn Festival held on Sunday. It was a great day out. Thanks again to all involved.Photos: Gerry Kelly ... See MoreSee Less

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Big Open Book Sing-A-long Ukulele Session at Autumnfest on Douglas Street. Shandon Ukuleles will be returning for the 2nd year of Autumnfest on Douglas Street on 30th September. This is a wonderful, family friendly fun festival created by the Local Community among Douglas Street Business Association
There is much to enjoy so get there early in the day. And for all you ukulele-heads there will be a big open book session from 3pm at The Gables Bar with all Ukuleles & Singers welcome to join in. Words & Lyrics will be projected on a large screen & perhaps some of the advanced players might try their luck at the Busker Competition. ❤️🎶🎶
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FMP Architects

Below are some progress photos from a house project we have on the the Blackrock Road. the house is due for completion in December. ... See MoreSee Less

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FMP Architects are an award wining architectural practice based in Cork City established in 1940 by by Frank Murphy FRIAI RIBA father of the current managing partner Peter Murphy FRIAI. The firm moved to its current location in the old Granary Building on Rutland Street, Cork which they purchased in 1994.

Since its establishment 70 years ago the practice has undergone significant change with each new generation of partners and design staff. The guiding principles on which it was founded remain the same: Innovation, Sustainability and good design standards, today these are the core values which continue to shape the practice. Our track record for delivering buildings of the highest architectural excellence, combining innovative design, craft, and environmental responsibility, has been the key to our continuing success.

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