David Capener article in The Irish Times featuring NOJI Architects amongst fellow emerging small practices in Ireland.
"Sligo-based NOJI are an architecture studio whose projects range from seaside houses to retail, commercial and innovative large-scale public projects. They are curious about the meeting of tradition and culture evidenced by their award-winning extension to a period house in Dublin 4 — an extraordinary prefabricated plywood structure made up of a series of interconnecting triangular sections positioned to allow light deep into the plan as the sun moves through the day.
Practice partners Elizabeth Clyne and John Monahan are both environmentalists, so a key part of the studios’ work is to investigate and explore issues that have an impact on the natural and built environment. They are also passionate about their local area and have started a co-work space in Sligo to promote job growth and are currently designing urban spaces for villages and towns in Co Sligo which they hope will bring value back to the town centres."