Cutting-edge design on the banks of the Lee

Two bespoke Cork projects by Fionuala Lennon of the award-winning Wilson Architecture are a sign of exciting things to come in office interior design

1st August, 2021
A break-out space and reception at the Varonis offices in Penrose Dock in Cork. Pictures: Janice O’Connell

With offices in Dublin, Cork and Dalian in China, Wilson Architecture has been responsible for some of Ireland’s most exciting commercial interior design projects recently. These include two in Cork, which already have ‘iconic’ status stamped all over them and which are in an area of the city that’s undergoing an exciting regeneration process.

The first of Wilson’s triumphs is JCD’s Penrose Dock office scheme, an homage to classical...

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