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McGarry-Moon Architects

McGarry-Moon Architects

Location Kilrea - County Londonderry

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McGarry-Moon Architects is a design-led practice based in Northern Ireland. Operating across Ireland and internationally, we design a mix of public and private contemporary buildings. Over the past five years we have been recipients of six RIBA Awards and three RSUA Awards, and this year were shortlisted for the prestigious RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize. We provide a strong client service with each resulting building a product of an on going dialogue between architect and client regarding their aspirations, optimal building programme and a comprehensive investigation into site and context. Throughout this process, innovative ideas are conceived, tested and communicated through sketches, drawings, physical models and 3D computer modelling.

As a young dynamic practice, projects are seen as an opportunity to create beautiful, lasting and enriching architecture. We consider context in-depth, research, reflect and gather inspiration from it whilst understanding its constraints. Our design process fuses new technologies with older building techniques whilst incorporating sustainability ideals in order to create an architecture for the 21st century that adopts the spirit of the vernacular. We utilise familiar/vernacular elements within our designs whilst constantly contrasting them with fresh, modern aesthetic choices. Our design process produces crafted buildings that endeavour to heighten aspirations through the creation of stimulating environments that form a connection with the landscape.

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RIBA National Award 2017 Fallahogey Studio RIBA Regional Award 2017 Fallahogey Studio RIBA Northern Ireland Small Project of the Year Award 2017 Fallahogey Studio Stephen Lawerence Prize 2017 - Shortlisted Fallahogey Studio Blue Print Awards 2017 - Shortlisted Fallahogey Studio RSUA Design Award (Residential) & RSUA Design Award (NI Export Excellence Award - Commendation) Loughloughan Barn RIBA Regional Small Project Award 2014 Loughloughan Barn RIBA Regional Award 2014 Loughloughan Barn RIBA Regional Award 2013 Rushey house RIBA National Award 2012 Glenariffe House RSUA Design Award (Category: Residential Glenariffe House RSUA Design Awards (Category - under 750,000) Fallahogey House RSUA Design Awards (Wood NI Award) Fallahogey House RIBA National Award 2009 Fallahogey House

Project sectors

  • One-off Homes
  • Interior Design
  • Refurbishment and Extensions
  • Retirement Living
  • Office Base Build
  • Office Fit-out
  • Retail Interiors
  • Bars, Cafes & Restaurants
  • Gyms & Sports Facilities
  • Schools, Colleges and Universities
  • Community Centres
  • Libraries
  • Housing Scheme (20+)
  • Galleries and Museums
  • Theatres & Performing Arts
  • Temporary Installations
  • Heritage & Religious Buildings
  • Public Spaces
  • Private Gardens
  • Urban Design
  • Sheds, Cabins & Outhouses
  • Guesthouses & Hotels
  • Student Housing
  • Housing Scheme (0-20)
  • Private Rented Schemes
  • Entertainment
  • Healthcare
  • Transportation
  • Mixed Use-developments

Specialist skills

  • Sustainable Design
  • Self-Build
  • Thermal Retrofit
  • Historic Restoration
  • Refurbishment
  • Masterplanning

Services offered

Full architectural service, Interior design, Feasibility, Concept design, Planning application, Renders & CGIs, Technical drawings, Masterplanning


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McGarry-Moon Architects

House Lough Gowna

McGarry-Moon Architects

Loughloughlan Barn

Extension and renovation of an old stone barn in Broughshane, Co. Antrim

McGarry-Moon Architects

Fallahogey Studio

An exemplary example of high quality design within a rural setting, Fallahogey Studio nestles sunken within the agrarian landscape of Northern Ireland, providing an architectural studio for the practice McGarry-Moon Architects. Designed to compliment the rural surroundings, the building is informed by shapes and materials prevalent within the locale. The project demonstrates the benefits of investing in good design through attracting new clientele and increasing revenue for the business, while providing an uplifting environment for staff, improving wellbeing and productivity.

McGarry-Moon Architects

Warren Cottage - Extension & renovation

A contemporary addition to the fully renovated Warren Cottage; previously the gate house to Richmond Park, London.

McGarry-Moon Architects

Fallahogey House

Situated in the small hamlet of Fallahogey in Co.Londonderry is a dwelling designed to integrate into its surroundings, deal intelligently with the climate whilst satisfying the client’s request of a home which truly reflected their desires, aspirations and lifestyle. The new residence cultivates the site by allowing the existing conditions to influence its form and construction, whilst enabling us to create thoroughly modern architecture that adopts the spirit of the vernacular without resorting to mimicking its forms and construction.