• One Warrington Place

One Warrington Place

One Warrington Place is one of the most striking and dramatic office buildings in the city. Celebrating its prominent location, the building’s design punctuates and terminates Lower Mount Street on its approach to the canal. Built to the highest specifications, the building provides over 55,000 square feet of net internal area and is fully let as the headquarter building of Bord Gais Energy. The quality of the building and its ability to sympathetically participate in this important urban setting is underlined by the high quality of materials used. Crafted of patinated bronze, high performance glazing, and Jura limestone, the building has a timeless appearance and extraordinary durability in the Irish climate. It has very efficient floorplates with light penetration and views on all four sides and an excellent environmental rating. The property also features 31 car parking spaces with two car lifts to service the underground parking.


The drama of the building is heightened through the addition of its bronze clad cantilevered roof. This element has been designed to be razor slim in order to complete the overall facade composition and reflect the tranquility of its immediate environment. The careful consideration given to the form and treatment of the façade and architectural elements ensures that the development provides an attractive contemporary and quality building, respectful of its context and place.


Client
David Arnold / D2 Private

Status
Complete

Year
2008

Size
7,000m2

Location
Dublin 2