A purpose built facility to cater for the HSE Adult and Child disability and mental health services. Services users include the HSW, Irish Wheelchair Association, National Council for the Blind in Ireland and MS Ireland.
The building reflects the geometry of the site with forms of the building aligning with road approaches roads forming a focal point where two axis meet. To the south a landscaped civic and community space completes the geometries.
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Throughout their fifty year history, Moloney O'Beirne have acquired a reputation for providing excellent architecture and design services in the healthcare and education sectors. Moloney O'Beirne employ 25 people ranging from architects, architectural technicians, PSDP personnel and associated administrative staff.
Moloney O'Beirne's approach to architecture and design focuses on designing buildings that facilitate and provoke human interaction to create functional spaces for living, working and learning. The firm promotes attention to detail to ensure design and technical excellence at every level of a project’s life.
The Humanities Institute and the Institute for Study of Social Change form two phases of a major research for the University Arts Faculty. Situated on the periphery of the University Complex the buildings adjoin an earlier research block and are arranged in a curve around an external recreation space. Attention has been paid to the detail of the building and quality of the interfaces of each building component. Social spaces have been design and located strategically in the building to encourage interaction whilst maximizing the quality of space available.
MOB have acted as Architects for UCD on several different projects
Find a list of all current Moloney O’Beirne projects below
Sutherland School of Law
Phoenix Care Centre, Grangegorman
School of Nursing St Angela's College
School of Nursing DCU
Merlin Park Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit
Mercer's Institute for Successful Ageing