03 May. 2009|
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A living room is contained within this glazed extension to a period property in Dublin, forming a transparent connection between the existing building and its garden.
Irish studio NOJI Architects experimented with plywood to create the three different kinds of structure that frame this extension to a terraced house in Dublin. Images from the history of cinematography are printed onto the glass facade of the National Film School on the outskirts of Dublin, by local architecture office ABK (+ slideshow). Irish firm Donal Colfer Architects has renovated a Victorian terraced house in Dublin, adding an extension with a glazed ground floor and concrete mullions above (+ slideshow). Irish studio GKMP Architects added glazed white tiles to the angular walls of this extension to a semi-detached house in Dublin to help direct sunlight into the interior (+ slideshow).
Home rental website Airbnb has opened an office in Dublin with a reception area modelled on an Irish pub designed by local architects Heneghan Peng (+ slideshow). Dublin practice GKMP Architects has added two tiny extensions to a nineteenth century terraced house in the city, one of which incorporates a wooden window seat looking out onto the garden.
Exposed brickwork, pegboards and adaptable wooden display units feature in this Dublin clothing store by Irish studio Designgoat (+ slideshow). Dublin creative agency Boys and Girls has installed a new reception desk supported by giant Jenga blocks at one end and balloons at the other.
Dublin practice FLK Architects have completed a precast concrete residence overlooking Dublin Bay in Howth, Ireland.
Dublin architects TAKA have added a mews house with protruding brickwork to an existing Victorian home in Dublin, Ireland.
Sarah Kingston, takes us over the Irish Sea to visit some of the best vintage shops in Dublin. Retrospect offer a wonderful range of vintage furniture, retro lighting, art glass and ceramics in Dublin, Ireland.