NODA – offering specialist services in Architecture and Interior Design

22 Jan , 2021  

NODA Architecture & Interiors specialises in Hotel design, providing a comprehensive range of specialist services in Architecture and Interior Design.

Established by Nikki O’Donnell in 2010,the company has earned a reputation for quality design and delivering exciting design solutions for forward-thinking clients.

The comprehensive range of specialist services provided to private and public sector clients comprises: feasibility studies and site appraisal; brief development; sustainable building design; interior design; project management; designing for fire safety and Universal Access, compliance with Building Regualtions and full BCAR sign off.

The team of skilled designers, architects, technologists and administrators includes experts in design, spatial planning, materials research, specification, focussing on emerging developments and contributing their knowledge across the practice.

Priding itself on the values of quality, flexibility, rapid response and reliability, the company continues to go from strength to strength.

The team is made up of a group of passionate professionals who have extensive experience in the industry that meet the complex needs of their clients.

NODA has adopted a collaborative approach to successfully complete projects for a range of private and public sector organisations. The company works closely with the client and professional team to ensure that timescales and budgets are adhered to and amendments to plan are easily incorporated into the schedule. Every contract undertaken is tailored to suit the requirement of the client.

“We strive to be the leader in what we do, giving the client the benefits of our experience and uniqueness. We aim to offer value for money and deliver work of the highest standard, on time and within budget,” said Nikki O’Donnell.

NODA have carried out projects both here in Ireland, the UK and the Caribbean as their reputation grows by the project.

The award winning practice specialising in high quality hospitality environments are a one stop shop for architectural and interior design.

“We design bespoke solutions tailor made to our clients brief. We work hard to add value to our clients projects and help them stand out from the crowd.”

Some of their past projects include: The Westin Hotel, Dublin; Red Cow Hotel, Dublin;The Fleet Hotel, Dublin; The Morgan Hotel, Dublin; The Morrison Hotel, Dublin; The Hilton Hotel, Dublin Airport; Aloft Hotel, Dublin 8;  Malton, Killarney;  Inchydoney Spa Hotel, Clonakilty, West Cork; Carton House Hotel & Golf Club, Kildare; The H Bar; Pfizer 2; Aloft Hotel, Dublin, The Marriott Hotel, Haiti

Two thousand and nineteen saw the company nominated for five awards at the Fit Out Awards as they came away with two awards on the night.

Eimear Ennis picked up the Designer of the Year award and Amelie D’Anjou being award the Young Designer of the Year.

Eimear is the Associate Director at NODA Architects in Dublin, where she has been since its formation in 2010. In those nine years, Eimear has been a critical founding member of a firm that has established itself as one of Ireland’s leading fit-out and design houses. She has worked on many jobs including The Morrison Hotel, The Morgan, The Marriott Haiti, Inchydoney Island Hotel, The Malton to name a few.  

Canadian native Amelie joined the NODA team in 2015. While here she has worked on hospitality and workplace projects in Ireland, the UK and the Caribbean. Prior to NODA, Amelie worked on projects in Canada & the US specializing in bar & restaurant design.

Nikki is pleased with the direction of the business and she feels that the current economic climate is well placed to sustain itself this time around.

“The situation is a lot different now compared to the days of the Celtic Tiger. Funding is predominantly private foreign investment, spending is more cautious.

“Of course, with Brexit looming, there is a nervousness in the industry, but from our point of view, I feel that the Hotel sector is well place to continue to grow. Small bedroom hotels have reached our shores and are proving popular in urban areas. Dublin in particular, can sustain the current growth in hotels as we are still underprovided for, in terms of hotel bedroom numbers. It is an exciting time in the industry.”

Nikki is passionate about the work that they do in the hospitality industry.

“20 years later, and I am still amazed by hotels and what can be done in terms of design. Hotels are constantly evolving, and the most successful know and  respond to their market. There is no ‘one size fits all’. We enjoy the research and keeping up with the trends, and we bring this knowledge to our clients.”

There is no doubt that NODA Architecture & Interiors are leaders in the field of expertise with a bright future ahead of them as they look to enhance their reputation even further.

Contact Details:

NODA Architecture & Interiors

23 South Great George’s Street

Dublin 2

D02 AP66

Tel: 00 353 (0)1 531 2880     

Email: [email protected]

This article was published in Building Ireland Magazine, July/August 2020, Vol 6 No 4