Hudson Associates Architects
The Verger's Cottage
Church Hill
T12 HF76
Co. Cork





Student Apartments at The Village Carrigrohane, Co. Cork

One of the many purpose-built student accommodation which we have completed. This development is located on the Carrigrohane Road.

Student Apartments Arcadia, Lower Glanmire Road Cork

This student development is situated on a focal site, formally the Arcadia Ballroom on the Lower Glanmire Road. This site is 50m deep and 45m wide, set within a streetscape of terraced buildings. Our approach has been to replicate the scale and proportion of the adjoining buildings in a continuous front block which extends west-east across the site in a series of substantially repetitive modules, forming a courtyard with a similar facade and stepped layout to the rear. The development consists of 47 student apartments with a total of 159 bedspaces

UCC Castlewhite Apartments, Goal Walk Cork

These apartments, one of the first developments of purpose-built student residences in Cork, is situated on the South Channel of the River Lee. It forms a ‘street’ with the rear of adjoining buildings and opens up to the river in three South-facing, 3-sided courtyards. The scheme was exhibited in the RIAI Regional Awards, 1992.

Distillery Walk Apartments, Middletown, Co Cork

A large town-centre development consisting of three number four-storey cruciform blocks, a refurbished terrace of 3 town houses and a single-storey block comprising retail units on the ground floor with offices and apartments over.

College Road Apartments, College Road, Cork

Two blocks containing 14 student apartments creating a private courtyard space on a small infill site near to UCC. The block facing College Road has been configured to respect the character of the streetscape of College Road.

Hewitt Hall, Watercourse Road, Cork

A mixed development of ground floor retail space/car park and upper floor apartments assimilated into a very unusual and difficult site 70m long and tapering from 17m to 10m in width with a storey difference across the two long sides, located between. Watercourse Road and the beginning of the northern ring road. The building is well modelled to relieve the linearity presenting a strong protective elevation towards the noisy and utilitarian ring road and a softer more open treatment towards the northern end of Blackpool village and the afternoon sun.

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