Client: NTMA, 1 Dublin Landings Architect: ARROW and RKD Developer: Ballymore and Oxley Location: North Wall Quay, Dublin 1
Client: NTMA, 1 Dublin Landings
Architect: ARROW RKD
Developer: Ballymore and Oxley
Location: Grafton Street – Dublin 2
Dublin Landings is a unique and breathtaking development with striking architecture inspired by Ireland’s coast and robust woodlands, integrating rugged landscape with contemporary architecture.
The NTMA (National Treasury Management Agency) will occupy 1 Dublin Landings a building with generous height reception halls opening to large atria and the main lift lobbies. Filled with daylight, this building won’t rely only on light from artificial sources.
Sitting on the North Wall Quay, within Dublin’s financial and technology district, Dublin Landings’ emergence as the new commercial heart of the Irish capital is being underwritten by the calibre of occupants such as the Central Bank of Ireland, whose new headquarters is here.
The overall development will include 65,000 sqm of flexible Grade A office and retail space, with five office buildings due to be completed by 2020.
Allied Ireland was contracted to design and develop the atrium in conjunction with our manufacturers Exova Warrington (patent pending) to glaze the spectacular full height 11 story central atrium which floods each floor with natural light from the core of the building.
On the ground floor Allied designed bespoke 4 meter floor to ceiling toughened glazing, for the floors above toughened laminated glass was used. On the upper levels Allied installed glass with an EI 30/30 fire rating that is cabable of withstanding up to a 1.5kN load.
All glazing has a clear, translucent silicone joint
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