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About Us

FMP Architects is an award-winning architectural practice based in Cork City. We are best known for our sympathetic restoration and conservation work and also for our innovative new design concepts that have brought exciting and fresh form to one-off house builds and commercial properties all over Ireland.

Services Provided

3D Rendering, Accessible Design, Annexe Design & Construction, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Boot Room Design, Building Conservation, Building Design, Custom Build Homes, Design Consultation, Eco Homes, Floor Plans, Garage Design, Garden Plans, Heritage Consultancy, Home Renovation, House Extensions, House Plans, House Restoration, Interior Architecture, Kitchen Design, Loft Conversion, Loft Restoration, New Home Build, Project Management, Site Planning, Site Preparation, Staircase Design, Sustainable Design, Swimming Pool Construction, Tiny House Building, Utility Room Design, Space Planning, Green Building, Kitchen Renovation, New Home Construction, Technical Drawing or Drafting, Conservation, Restoration, Protected Structure, Housing Design

Areas Served

Cork, Munster, Ireland, UK


RIAI Adaptation and Re-use award 2022; SPAB John Betjamin award, Conservation Grade III

Professional Information

RIAI Registered Architects RIAI Registered Practice PSDP Accreditation Conservation Grade III

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Business Details

Business Name

FMP Architects

Phone Number

(021) 431 8000



Granary Hall
Rutland Street
Co. Cork

Typical Job Cost

€500,000 - €3 million


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