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  • Title: PAC Studio :: Home
    Descriptive info: .. Follow us on Facebook :.. Projects.. Studio.. Contact..

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  • Title: PAC Studio :: Projects
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  • Title: PAC Studio :: Studio
    Descriptive info: Why PAC?.. Clients.. Copyright.. Credits.. Graham Petrie.. Peter Crowley.. Barry Mc Brien.. Brian Guckian.. Jessica Lange.. PAC Studio Ltd.. Established in 2007 by Graham Petrie and Peter Crowley, PAC Studio is an architectural and environmental design studio based in Dublin, Ireland.. Our collaborative approach seeks to integrate environmental thinking within the architectural design process at  ...   durability of materials and energy consumption.. We are driven by a desire to understand the unique context of the needs and functional requirements of our clients, the physical setting, the environmental conditions or potentials and the knowledge of the wider design team.. This continuous dialogue is the key to creating specific design solutions for every project..

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  • Title: PAC Studio :: Contact
    Descriptive info: PAC Studio Ltd :.. Graham Petrie / Peter Crowley.. 32 Upper Kevin Street, Dublin 8, Ireland.. + 353 (0)1 453 0406.. T :.. + 353 (0)1 454 8861.. F :.. info@pacstudio.. ie.. E :.. We would be delighted to discuss what we might be able to do for you - without obligation.. Name:.. Number:.. Email:.. Other Information:..

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  • Title: PAC Studio :: Projects
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  • Title: PAC Studio :: Studio
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  • Title: PAC Studio :: Copyright
    Descriptive info: The copyright in the material (including the text, artwork and photography) contained in this website belongs to and remains with PAC Studio Ltd unless otherwise stated.. The content of these pages may not be reproduced or transmitted, in whole or in part, without the prior consent of PAC Studio Ltd.. PAC Studio Ltd - 2010 - All rights reserved - Website designed and created by..

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  • Title: PAC Studio :: Credits
    Descriptive info: 3D Renders - PAC Studio &.. Dalgety Design.. Photo credits - PAC Studio & Michael Duffy Architectural Photography.. Limerick Clare Energy Agency project undertaken by Graham Petrie in collaboration with the.. School of Architecture, University of Limerick..

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  • Title: PAC Studio :: People
    Descriptive info: Director : Graham Petrie.. PAC Studio.. BSc(Hons), PG Dip.. Arch, MRIAI, RIBA, ARB.. graham@pacstudio.. Graham studied at the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture, Aberdeen and practiced for six years in the UK before moving to Ireland in 1999.. Prior to founding PAC Studio, Graham was Project Director with Bucholz McEvoy Architects.. Graham is a  ...   ARB in the UK.. He currently lectures on Environmental Design at the School of Architecture, University of Limerick.. Graham's experience over a wide range of projects is particularly focused on the integration of environmental considerations within the design process, from energy, construction or material technologies, to opportunistic design considerations of microclimate, landscape, use, and movement..

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