LEAHY & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS LTD is an award winning, design-led architectural practice based in the heart of Cork City. Offering a range of expertise and services, across a broad spectrum of both residential and commercial projects.

The practice was established in 1984 and quickly gained a reputation for innovative residential projects. The practice has grown in recent years and can offer quality service from our architectural, technical, and support staff. A substantial part of the workload of the office is repeat business from our established client base, as well as referrals from satisfied clients to their families and friends.

The office ethos is to offer quality original design in a clear and accessible fashion. Clients are fully involved in every aspect of the process ensuring that the end product is entirely to their satisfaction.

Leahy & Associates Architects Ltd take pride in providing our clients with a wide range of services including.

  • Site selection and acquisition appraisal.
  • Client brief development.
  • Quality architectural design.
  • Full service planning application preparation, including any necessary consultation with the relevant planning authority.
  • Management of tender procedures.
  • On site Supervision and Project management.
  • Interior design.

Current projects include a number of one off houses and extensions located throughout Ireland. Many in Cork City and County, but others in Kerry, Wexford, Dublin and Offaly.

As well as having a strong base in residential design, Leahy & Associates Architects Ltd are involved in a number of high profile commercial developments, including a 120 bedroom Hotel (Private developer), a 225 dwelling residential scheme (Private developer), a respite care facility (Cope Foundation), a low energy prototype office facility (Cork County Council) and a Community Centre. (Cork City Council).

Leahy & Associates Architects Ltd is a fully computerised practice using networked CAD workstations and plotters operating using Autocad. It is a Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland registered practice and RIAI accredited Conservation Practice Grade 3.