Without their commitment, passion and enthusiasm,
the vision for Lansdowne Place would not have been realised

Chartered Land


Founded in 1999 and led by Chairman Joe O’Reilly, Chartered Land has established itself as one of the largest and most pioneering property development and investment companies in Ireland. Through joint ventures with long-term institutional capital partners, Chartered Land has forged a distinguished portfolio that includes Dundrum Town Centre; the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and Grand Canal Square office scheme in Dublin’s Docklands; Swords Pavilions; and a mixed use retail led development on South King Street, Dublin 2. With Lansdowne Place we have achieved our aim of creating a truly original development that will be for residential what Dundrum Town Centre is for retail, the very best in class.

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Goddard Littlefair

Interior Architects

Goddard Littlefair is a London-based interior design studio. Its talented designers have worked on award-winning hotel and hospitality projects around the world, as well as many high-profile residential schemes.

The interior concept for Lansdowne Place references nearby Georgian and Victorian properties in terms of proportions and finishes and is rich and contemporary in feel, with granite balconies, solid walnut units, marble or natural stone bathrooms and the most exclusive kitchens ever offered in the Irish residential apartment sector.

‘We are trying to reference those Victorian and Georgian eras. Things like metals and timbers have a real authenticity to them. I’m really passionate about the integrity of fabric, things that are natural – velvets, linens, wools, things like the mohair velvets that would have been used in the past we’ve brought back but they’re softer, they’re more luxurious.’
– Jo Littlefair, Goddard & Littlefair Interior Architects

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A celebratory record of Nature frozen in glass. The energy of the work is generated by the movement of light within it’s environment. The glass is formed in the kiln using heat and gravity to produce a one-off casting. Nature provides the design and my job is to apply this through my material to offer visual response to the context of the building.

Peter McGuire, Artist

Interior Designer Sara Cosgrove who designed the luxury Duplex Townhouses and new show apartment

Sara Cosgrove Design

Interior Designer

Sara Cosgrove is a world-renowned Irish interior designer. She has worked at many top design houses and served as Head of Design at the world-famous department store, Harrods in London. She has worked on some of the world’s most prestigious retail, commercial and residential developments. She set up her own multi disciplinary interior design consultancy, Sara Cosgrove Design, in 2014 and works between Dublin and London. She specialises in delivering ‘timeless interiors that embody functional yet luxurious design’, which is something she has undoubtedly achieved in the exquisite interiors in Lansdowne Place.

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For me, a successful public artwork needs to have a sense of place, a freshness, some intrigue and playfulness, a bit like a frozen moment from a daydream

Rachel Joynt, Sculptor

O’Mahony Pike Architects


O’Mahony Pike Architects is an architectural and urban design consultancy practice with offices in Dublin, Cork and London. With a long-established reputation for producing the highest quality buildings in all sectors, O’Mahony Pike has focused its signature contemporary design ethos in creating the architecture at Lansdowne Place. ‘The shared vision for the design team has been about setting a new standard for residential development in Ireland. This scheme will achieve things that have never been done before.’ – Michael Hussey, O’Mahony Pike Architects

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Rachael Joynt


Rachel Joynt is an award-winning Irish sculptor who has created site-specific pieces for some of Ireland’s most well known public places. Her iconic installations include ‘Dearcan na nDaoine’, the People’s Acorn in the grounds of Áras an Uachtaráin (2017) as part of the State’s 1916 centenary commemorations, ‘Feed’ at Temple Bar Galleries (1999) and ‘Mothership’ at Dún Laoghaire seafront (1999).

She was chosen from a shortlist of acclaimed Irish artists and commissioned to create a centrepiece sculpture for the private courtyard in Lansdowne Place that will capture its unique character.

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Peter McGuire


Peter McGuire is an Irish artist who specialises in glass design. His method of glass casting replicates glacial movement by melting glass over botanic matter.

Peter was commissioned by Goddard Littlefair to create a piece for the reception in Lansdowne Place. As the location of the Trinity Botanic Gardens until 1966, he continued the botanic theme, creating a stunning glass installation featuring 16 panels with botanic details that perfectly captures its unique history. The reflective/mirrored quality reflects light back into the reception for a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

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Landscape Architects

Bernard Seymour established BSLArch in 1996 with the aim of contributing a rigorous and creative approach to landscape design and planning. The practice has a diverse range of projects, varying in scale from private developments to significant public schemes, encompassing planning, forest amenities, historic estate restoration, parks, urban design projects and commercial work. Thoughtfully designed by BSLArch, the beautifully landscaped residents’ gardens at Lansdowne Place evoke the botanic history of the site and incorporate the past in a contemporary way. ‘When we’re looking at a site like this that has a historic lineage, in this case the Botanic Gardens, what we want to do is not to erase the traces of the past but to build on them.’ – Bernard Seymour, BSLArchitects

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Cabinet Maker at work at O'Connors of Drumleck, supplier of our handcrafted kitchens

O’Connors of Drumleck

Kitchen Design

O’Connors of Drumleck combine generations of craftsmanship with the very latest innovations to create truly show-stopping kitchens.

All the Goddard Littlefair inspired kitchens in Lansdowne Place were handcrafted in Ireland by O’Connors of Drumleck. Perfectly in keeping with the chic and contemporary design, their bespoke custom crafted kitchens represent the very best of Irish craftsmanship, with expert joinery, matchbook marble worktops and painted doors, some of which feature an exotic Macassar door design

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Lansdowne Place | Rory

Rory Guthrie

Director, deVeres

Situated at 35 Kildare Street in the heart of Dublin, deVeres are the premier auctioneer of Irish Art and offered an informed insight into the sourcing of artwork for the penthouse and show apartments.

“We were delighted to be invited by Chartered Land to source the artwork for the show apartments.  There are over 50 works on view, each by major names in Contemporary Irish Art. Donald Teskey, John Shinnors and Tony O’Malley are some of the artists that feature, bringing punches of colour and texture that accentuate the unique space that is Lansdowne Place”

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Associate Director
New Homes

Sherry Fitzgerald
PSRA No: 002183
+353 1 6671888

Development Manager
New Homes
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