Wednesday July 8, 2020

Thriving in a troubled world

The pandemic has scuppered countless construction projects, but architect Dave O’Shea and his firm Odos are still brimful of optimism for the future

14th June, 2020
The futuristic Rothco office in Smithfield in Dublin 7

A year ago, architect Dave O’Shea, founder and creative director of Office of David O’Shea, or Odos, invited the Business Post to visit the new offices of creative agency Rothco in advance of it opening to its workforce in Smithfield in Dublin 7.

The edgy, slightly futuristic space designed by Odos bore little resemblance to a conventional office with its moveable, indoor-outdoor work-stations and its fluid, campus-style open plan areas....

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