As architects in the North West, focusing mainly on the areas around Letterkenny, Buncrana, Donegal Town and Enniskillen, we cover a broad range of works from small creative projects to larger and more complex developments.
We are committed to providing a quality service, and guarantee that our work is tailored to suit the needs of each individual client.
We expect our designs to reach beyond our clients’ aspirations, and to enable people to live and work in buildings that are sustainable, cost– effective and promote healthy, happy living.
This weekend sees the 50 year celebration of the Irish Intercounties Surfing Championship at Rossnowlagh, Co. Donegal and while I didn’t arrive on the scene until year four I have great memories of the event and of its founder, the late Brian Britton.
I had known Brian and his brothers since …
Under the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) we have been trawling through old files, before committing them to the shedder and we came across this old photograph of the Allingham Arms Hotel in Bundoran as it was back in the 60’s and 70’s.
It reminded us of the exciting times …
One of the most enjoyable aspects of our work is witnessing architecture make a family fall in love with their home again. This was our experience of a recent refurbishment and extension to a family dwelling in Co. Leitrim.
Everything about the pretty village of Leitrim, that attracted them twelve years …
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The company of Allan Curran Architects has to be one of the finest group of talented architects in the area.Mike, Co. Donegal and Herts
We are extremely pleased with the design and outcome of the construction. we received excellent guidance from Roci who was attentive in all our requirements. We would be happy to recommend him to anyone considering a building project.David and Linda, Co. Fermanagh