Meath County Council Headquarter Building, Navan, County Meath, Ireland, 7,200m2, completed 2017   Conversion of existing building into the Headquarters for Meath County Council.  The principal materials were timber (cedar, birch, and maple), wool for carpets and panels in ceilings and partitions, natural clay plaster for walls, and stone and timber for floors in public spaces.  Photography:  Michel Moran
       
     
 Fig. 1  Timber lantern inserted under existing roof light
       
     
 Fig. 2  Timber lantern, birch panels set in cedar frame
       
     
 Fig. 3  Corner of timber lantern showing rotation of lantern at corner, and suspension details at roof light
       
     
 Fig. 4  Detail of birch panels and cedar frame, connections using pegs and gravity
       
     
 Fig. 5  Waiting and circulation space between offices and meeting rooms, cedar handrail and bench, douglas fir floor, kerto handrail beam
       
     
 Fig. 6  Meeting space and hub between offices and public meeting rooms, chestnut staircase with birch ply balustrade and walnut handrail.  Douglas fir floor with inlaid walnut parquet.  Oak bench, oak slatted table with Connemara marble worktop
       
     
 Fig. 7  Flexible meeting space with sliding white board and fabric panels, pin-wall, and acoustic ceiling and wool carpets
       
     
 Fig. 8  Integrated storage and timber acoustic ceiling system with desk space adjacent
       
     
  Meath County Council Headquarter Building, Navan, County Meath, Ireland, 7,200m2, completed 2017   Conversion of existing building into the Headquarters for Meath County Council.  The principal materials were timber (cedar, birch, and maple), wool for carpets and panels in ceilings and partitions, natural clay plaster for walls, and stone and timber for floors in public spaces.  Photography:  Michel Moran
       
     

Meath County Council Headquarter Building, Navan, County Meath, Ireland, 7,200m2, completed 2017

Conversion of existing building into the Headquarters for Meath County Council.  The principal materials were timber (cedar, birch, and maple), wool for carpets and panels in ceilings and partitions, natural clay plaster for walls, and stone and timber for floors in public spaces.

Photography:  Michel Moran

 Fig. 1  Timber lantern inserted under existing roof light
       
     

Fig. 1

Timber lantern inserted under existing roof light

 Fig. 2  Timber lantern, birch panels set in cedar frame
       
     

Fig. 2

Timber lantern, birch panels set in cedar frame

 Fig. 3  Corner of timber lantern showing rotation of lantern at corner, and suspension details at roof light
       
     

Fig. 3

Corner of timber lantern showing rotation of lantern at corner, and suspension details at roof light

 Fig. 4  Detail of birch panels and cedar frame, connections using pegs and gravity
       
     

Fig. 4

Detail of birch panels and cedar frame, connections using pegs and gravity

 Fig. 5  Waiting and circulation space between offices and meeting rooms, cedar handrail and bench, douglas fir floor, kerto handrail beam
       
     

Fig. 5

Waiting and circulation space between offices and meeting rooms, cedar handrail and bench, douglas fir floor, kerto handrail beam

 Fig. 6  Meeting space and hub between offices and public meeting rooms, chestnut staircase with birch ply balustrade and walnut handrail.  Douglas fir floor with inlaid walnut parquet.  Oak bench, oak slatted table with Connemara marble worktop
       
     

Fig. 6

Meeting space and hub between offices and public meeting rooms, chestnut staircase with birch ply balustrade and walnut handrail.  Douglas fir floor with inlaid walnut parquet.  Oak bench, oak slatted table with Connemara marble worktop

 Fig. 7  Flexible meeting space with sliding white board and fabric panels, pin-wall, and acoustic ceiling and wool carpets
       
     

Fig. 7

Flexible meeting space with sliding white board and fabric panels, pin-wall, and acoustic ceiling and wool carpets

 Fig. 8  Integrated storage and timber acoustic ceiling system with desk space adjacent
       
     

Fig. 8

Integrated storage and timber acoustic ceiling system with desk space adjacent