Aoibhneas Children’s Centre by Burke Culligan Deegan

Burke Culligan Deegan’s design for the children’s centre is a stand out architect. Burke designed the Aoibhneas children centre as a mark to encourage the children and even women who live in the women refuge centre. The centre was seen as an effort to provide shelter to the children of refugees.The building was carefully built and uses all the spaces which were much less and only left out from the plethora of buildings present on the site. The architect was built in a compact manner, with an intelligent mind, which paved the way for an award by Royal institute of architects in Ireland.



Published by in Architecture, on November 29th, 2010

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