Collaborations with Fitzpatrick and Mays Architects

We often design and make gardens for houses that have been designed by architects Sam Mays and Eileen Fitzpatrick -  Sam being older brother to Tig (Fitzpatrick and Mays Architects) . Working closely together from the start, our joint aim isn't just to make a beautiful house or a beautiful garden: it's to make a beautiful place. This means thinking of the whole set-piece: how the site lends itself to living an enjoyable life; how the home and garden are really the one thing: a place. Here are some examples of houses and gardens that we have worked on as a team.

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A substantial house extension in Glenageary: the garden was planned from the outset to be an integral part of the house, with patios and levels all lending themselves to be accessible and visible from the house.


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A large passive house in the Dublin Mountains. Views in the distance of hills and woods are replroduced in miniature right up to the bedroom windows.


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Family home outside Belfast. The house is 'grounded' in its site by beds which wrap around the house.


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House in the woods, Wicklow.


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Modern house in Kinsealy, Co Dublin


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Long garden, Sandymount. The garden is broken up into different spaces by arrangement of hedges in hornbeam, box and yew. There are also some 'long views' which make the most of the garden's length.


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Back garden in DunLaoghaire, Co Dublin.


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Garden for Doctors' practice, Eccles Street, Dublin 1