A taster of some of the projects that we are working on in 2020.

As January marked the beginning of a brand new decade it also started of another exciting year for IN2. With a host of great projects lined up to take us through the next 12 months, we have put together this article outlining some notable developments that we will working on.

Printing House Square/ Oisin House,
Dublin

CGI of Oisin House (courtesy of McCullough Mulvin Architects)

Catering for its newest generation of scholars, Printing House Square is located at Pearse Street within the campus of Trinity College Dublin and includes the construction of a new Student Accommodation building. This comprises of a gross floor area of approximately 12,100 sq.m comprising 6 storeys above ground level and 2 basement levels. The building includes approximately 250 student accommodation bed spaces, together with ancillary services; a medical facility / wellness centre; ancillary retail service units at ground floor level; student support services including disability offices, technology assistant offices; an estate management facility, sports and recreational facilities at basement levels and ancillary works. Following our work on the new Trinity Business School which was completed in 2019, we are proud to further our relationship with Irelands oldest university as it continues to grow into the new decade.

North Wall Quay,
Dublin

91-94 North Wall Quay is a new build nine storey block with office space of over 35,303 m2, which will be capable of accommodating up to 4,000 office workers on completion. IN2 have been responsible for the building services and environmental design for this significant commercial office development.
Extensive airflow modelling and Thermal analysis was undertaken to demonstrate and validate the ventilation strategy, proving the Building’s low energy ethos. The design takes full cognisance of the attainment of LEED / BREEAM / BER ratings as requested by the client. The development has been going really well over the past year and following fit out, it should be complete by the second half of 2020.

Clarence Chambers,
Belfast

The Clarence Chambers development sees the extension and refurbishment of the original building at the corner of Donegall Square East in Belfast. It will involve the demolition of the rear return and infill buildings along with the provision of a new rear extension. This will provide a link to office accommodation for commercial use to the basement, ground floor and 4th floor with associated roof terrace. Further office accommodation will be created on 1st-6th floors with roof top plant, public realm works. The B1 listed buildings at 18 and 19 Donegall Square East are 3.5 storeys over basement constructed c1839 and have had a number of uses ranging from residential to commercial including offices and restaurant / bars / hotel. The development will bring some much needed life back into the city centre, providing premium office and retail space in this grand and historic building. This will be a fantastic project that is sure to make an impact to the local area and one that we are immensely proud to be part of.

The Stafford Hotel,
London

The Stafford London is a 5-star boutique hotel in St. James’s, London, England. It is renowned as being amongst the most historical and exclusive hotels in London, and is known for its intimate ambiance and unique air of classic Britishness. 16-18 St. St James’s Place were originally built as private residences in the 17th Century. Number 17 was owned by Lord and Lady Lyttelton, the latter of whom was the daughter of the then Earl Spencer. With the addition of number 18 in 1912, The Stafford Hotel was completed as it exists today. IN2 have been appointed to design the M&E systems for new bedroom fit-outs to the 1st-5th floors. In addition a new extended terrace will be created increasing the scale and ambience of the hotel.

Deanston Wharf,
London

CGI of the Deanston development (courtesy of Glenn Howells Architects)

Deanston Wharf is a residential led mixed-use scheme situated within the London Borough of Newham. The project proposes a significant opportunity to provide a vibrant mix of new housing, including a significant provision of family accommodation alongside small scale commercial, retail and community uses.
The scheme includes the demolition of existing buildings and the construction of a new residential-led mixed use development comprising 10 residential buildings featuring 769 residential units. New public and communal open spaces along with basement car parking will also be constructed within four buildings ranging from 9-19 storeys in height.
Deanston Wharf will sit adjacent to the soon to complete Royal Wharf and will help contribute further to the development and growth of the Docklands East area.