Madeleine Moore Architect, based in Dublin 6, is a member of the Royal Institute of Architects in Ireland and is accredited in Conservation at Grade 3.

Madeleine studied architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College, London, and has worked for prominent, award-winning architects, including Foster and Partners and Sheppard Robson Architects in London, and Shaffrey Associates in Dublin, on residential, museum, office and master planning projects and as a project architect on house extension and refurbishment projects.

Her conservation experience includes protected structure house refurbishments and extensions, the award-winning conservation of Lulworth Castle, Dorset, funded by English Heritage, and a 16th century timber-framed house in Epsom, Surrey.

I design in response to your requirements and priorities and also seek to enhance the experience of the building and its setting, and maximise the special qualities offered by your particular project. This might be space, light, views, and a connection between inside and outside, or another aspect unique to your location, building or site.

I have extensive experience of getting the best possible use out of restricted urban sites, where every inch counts. It is often a priority to maximise useable space, and this can be achieved through careful design. Where planning permission is required, knowledge and careful consideration of local authority planning policies and local precedents can maximise available space.

I design and build to the best standards in materials, detailing, low energy performance and sustainability and take account of your budget to deliver the project.

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