Located strategically at the end of Hanover Quay and overlooking the Liffey, Dodder, Lock Gates and Grand Canal Basin this marks the final piece of the jigsaw in the completion of Capital Dock and Hanover Quay. The distinctive three-bay roofscape of the original warehouse has been raised to float above the existing stone and brick walls to provide dramatic panoramic views of the Docklands, City and Dublin bay. MOLA Architecture were engaged by Kennedy Wilson as design architects up to planning stage and assisted O’Mahony Pike Architects in the detailed design and tender information for the contract. The design provides 8,195sqm of office space, 3 storeys of which are located within the warehouse structure and the remainder in the 6 Storey new glass and steel block behind. Both the warehouse and stable building on Green Street are protected structures and act as a strong base and counterpoint to the contemporary elements floating above. The new block with its steel and glass frame is reminiscent of the former Retort building and Industrial buildings of the Docklands.




Client: Kennedy Wilson
Status: Under Construction-  due for completion 2020
10-12 Hanover Quay: 8,195sqm
Contractor: John Sisk & Sons
Architect: MOLA Architecture in conjunction with O’Mahony Pike Architects
Project Manager: Lafferty Project Managers
Quantity Surveyor: Linesight
M&E: Axis Engineering
C&S: Barrett Mahony Consulting Engineers
Fire Consultant: Maurice Johnson & Partners
Conservation Architect: Lindsay Conservation Architect (to planning stage) Cathal Crimmins Architects (post planning)
Landscape Architects: LDA Design
CGI: Dune Visuals Ltd