The Distillers Building
Location: Smithfield, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Architect: BKD Architects
Designed with sensitivity to its historic surroundings, The Distillers Building has retained part of its original two-storey limestone walls. From these rise a contemporary design, recessed at upper levels and reaching a maximum height at seven storeys. This building benefits from a large, centrally located atrium which allows natural light to flood its interior. At street level, it features glazed panels, tall colonnades and a range of retail and mixed uses. A stand out commercial property, designed to high specification, located in a vibrant part of Dublin city. The Distillers Building presents a unique commercial opportunity. Showcasing exquisite design and respecting the historic character of the cobble stoned Smithfield area, this building is surrounded by a wide range of lifestyle amenities, both day and night.
Toughened, Heat Soak Tested, Heat Strengthened, Laminate, Double IGU's
The building features a large central atrium of 362 sq.m. connecting the various entrance lobbies and providing an abundance of natural light to all floors. Double-glazed high performance curtain walling system
The Distillers is a dynamic building respectful of the area’s historic character. A focal point of Smithfield is its wide, cobble locked plaza originally laid out as a marketplace in the mid-17th century. Notable landmarks close by include the Old Jameson Whiskey Distillery, The Lighthouse Cinema, The famous Cobblestone traditional music bar and venue and St. Michan’s Church, dating back to the 11th century.