Planted in 1998, these two west facing atrium spaces are located within Block C of Eastpoint Business Park, Dublin. They provide an attractive outlook from the internal office spaces bringing the outside inside. these spaces are accessible to office users.


CFA worked on two major atrium spaces for the new Telecom HQ on the western outskirts of Dublin.

Mature Adonidia and Phoenix palms reach up through three floors of office space. CFA explored another dimension in atrium planting design, allowing office residents the opportunity to experience the upper canopies of such architectural plants, so often only viewed from below. The impact of large planted material in the confined setting of relatively small atrium spaces highlights the visual effect of mature tree stems viewed at close quarters.

Project Cravat, Dublin

As part of A & L Goodbody Corporate Headquarters, this award winning atrium design was the result of a joint design venture between CFA & STW.

The building features a central atrium space rising through six storeys. The space is focused upon the design of an intricate circular timber flooring with curved timber seating and Ficus longifolia trees with the canopies kept tight. The statement tree is a 12m ht. Ficus benjamina, under planted with Asplenium nidus ‘Avis’. Phyllostachys specimens create a green wall filtering views.