UCC Goal Wall
St Lukes Chapel Renovation was an exceptionally rewarding project for FMP. The client was very enthusiastic at design stage and from the offset we pulled together as a team to formulate the brief and address the sensitivities of implementing the design. This was a challenging project as the construction stage progressed whilst the building was occupied, and there was a requirement to ensure the works would have minimal impact on the residents.
The restoration of the Portico and West walls of the old UCC Gaol Wall
Practical Completion has now been reached and Garryhankard House has been handed over to the clients. As part of the works roof finishes were repaired and replaced as were windows; structural repairs were carried out; bathrooms were refitted and the building was...
FMP Architects have been commissioned to design a new sports hall for Mount Mercy College. Planning permission has been secured and we are now proceeding to tender.
Conservation and restoration has been completed on the Carmelite Friary in Kinsale.
FMP have recently completed construction on 3 houses in West Cork, one near Schull, and two in Baltimore. Planning permission has just been received for another house West of Cork City. If you have a project in mind, please call us to arrange a free consultation.
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.