18.09.2017 4 new Eco homes in Ratoath

We at Deaton Lysaght Architects are delighted work together with Ecohouse to create 4no. five bedroom high spec. NZEB compliant dwellings with virtually passive ratings which incorporate the latest technology to make these homes near carbon zero. Solar PV will be harvested and stored in advanced battery systems from Alvaro B.Y.D. Battery Storage Systems and Solar Century.

The team working with us includes Asteq Construction for the groundworks and Ecohouse for the building works who will be documenting the whole project and have updates as the build progresses. These can be followed on the link below.


02.06.2017 Contract signing for Refurbishment and extension to Municipal Town Hall, Carrick-on-Suir, Co Tipperary

Deaton Lysaght Architects are proud to be working on the Refurbushment and extension to the existing Town Hall in Carrick-on-Suir for Tipperary County Council. We look forward to working with Tom O'Brien Construction.


21.04.2017 Website update

Deaton Lysaght Architects are currently working on updating their website. We will be bringing you a live feed of our current projects and useful information very soon.

Thank you for your patience. 

02.12.2009 Holy Cross Parish Church Competition



Deaton Lysaght Architects where recently shortlisted for the Holy Cross Parish Church Improvement Competition


The RIAI (Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland) administered the competition on behalf of the promoters, Holy Cross Parish Development Building Committee. The committee sought ideas from RIAI Members and Fellows who had experience or were interested in ecclesiastical works to suggest improvements to the existing parish church building.

Holy Cross Church, a protected structure on Main Street, Dundrum is located in the centre of Dundrum village since the 1800s. The village has seen enormous physical change to the built environment around it in the last number of years. The physical importance of the church, as a significant part of the landscape has reduced against the new backdrop of commerce generated by Phase One of the Dundrum Town Centre, large apartment blocks and the by-pass roadway. Phase Two of Dundrum centre will have an even greater impact.

The range of issues to be addressed and the potential for conflicting solutions required skilful balance in the ideas put forward and made for challenging responses in the 23 diverse submissions received. The competition will be of considerable benefit to the Parish of Holy Cross in clarifying the brief to be prepared for works to secure innovative improvements to the church which, it is hoped, will be implemented shortly following Diocesan approval.

The results can be reviewed on the RIAI website from the following link: http://www.riai.ie/news/article/holy_cross_parish_church_improvement_competition_winner/

Our submission can be viewed on our website under the Culture & Leisure section of our projects tab.

01.10.2009 Plan Magazine Publications

We have updated our news section to include 3 articles published in Plan Magazine. Please click onto publications to view the articles. Included are a Practice profile and reviews on Clasac Arts Centre along with Thurles Courthouse.

01.08.2008 Welcome to DeatonLysaght.ie

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome everyone to our new website.  It is currently being fine tuned and will be updated on a regular basis.

The latest project uploaded onto the site is the new house just completed in the stable yard of Auburn House in Malahide. A selection of photos have been included and background information on the project will be available very soon.

Our second office newsletter will also be distributed very soon. This contains information on some of our projects and practice as well as current issues within the built environment.

If you have any queries or suggestions, we would welcome any views to our mail address: mail@dlarch.ie

More news very soon!