HLM Architects recently held an autumn reception in their new Dublin base. The event was used as an opportunity for them to expand on their concept of ‘Thoughtful Design’ which delivers great places for people.
As the construction industry in Ireland continues to boom with output expected to exceed €22.5billion in 2019, the HLM team were on hand to discuss new trends emerging within architecture including VR and Building Information Modelling (BIM), as well as innovation districts.
Their new Dublin base, located at Fitzwilliam Place, will facilitate HLM Architects’ continued growth and success. The workspace underlines the company’s commitment to an already strong network in Dublin as well as providing a base to explore wider opportunities across Ireland. HLM’s studio in Belfast has undertaken several projects across Ireland for over 20 years.
The 180 strong team has completed projects across a range of sectors including education, healthcare, residential, hospitality and leisure, defence, workplace and culture.
HLM Director Nick Beecroft, said “Our autumn reception provided an excellent platform for us to speak about our thoughtful design approach and why we don’t have a signature style, instead preferring to allow the character and ideas of each project to flourish in their own way. The new HLM base ensures we are better suited than ever to create memorable places across Ireland, always understanding the needs of the people who use them.
“We already have a strong network in Dublin and are really excited to explore the opportunities across all our sectors. The reception was an opportunity to catch up with clients in a relaxed atmosphere as we enjoyed some refreshments and good conversation.”