CTBUH Silver Member

Henry J Lyons

About

Member Offices: Dublin

Website: http://www.henryjlyons.com

Henry J Lyons is recognised as one of Ireland’s leading architectural practices. Over the past 100 years, the practice has gained an in-depth working knowledge of many building types and how to deliver them. Workplace, retail, cultural, hospitality, educational and residential buildings, often in mixed-use developments and complex urban contexts, form the cornerstones of our output. Most projects span every aspect of scale from strategic planning and urban regeneration to interior design and detailing. We believe we can bring something unique and special to each and every project. We have a rich legacy characterised by our collaborative, aspirational, and evidence-based approach to design. With expertise in architecture, interior design, master planning and heritage projects, our design teams create environments that are vibrant, sustainable, and uplifting for both the end user and the public.

Fields of Expertise

Architecture

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

Member Offices

  • Dublin

Global News

14 October 2020

Planning Permission Granted for What Could be Ireland's Tallest in Cork

Cork City Council has granted planning permission for what could become the tallest building in Ireland at the old Port of Cork site on Custom...

Global News

10 June 2020

Tall Buildings Plan for Cork Will Keep "Special Character"

It's already home to one of Ireland's tallest buildings, and now Cork City Council wants to identify areas of the city most suitable for future...

Global News

28 February 2020

Review Board Approves Cork Skyscraper

The skyline of Cork looks set to change, as a skyscraper in the heart of the city has been given the go-ahead. An Bord Pleanala,...

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