conservation architects

louth village church

Following extensive fire damage, Donnelly O Neill Conservation oversaw the restoration and extension of this important gothic style listed building. Smoke damage and broken stonework had to be sensitively dealt with and repaired. Salvaged materials, such as antique glass for the stained glass windows, were used wherever possible. The building has been re-ordered and extended to accomodate the needs of a thriving congregation.  The addition of a green roof on the new administration wing, planted with sedums, anchors the building  in the landscape.