Summerisland House, Co. Armagh — Paul McAlister Sustainable and Passive House Architects - Portadown, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Passive House Architects Ireland
This project involved the extension of an existing house. The existing house was a 1960s dormer style cottage, located within a woodland context and bounding the shores of Lough Derg. The design concept was to transform the existing cottage while retaining its form, and integrate it with the design of a new contemporary extension. The result is a collective of forms which help integrate the dwelling within its context, by breaking down the scale of the building. The house is constructed as a…
Or better yet... Gabled entry with stone facade. But good stone that looks nearly structural, not fake and on all 3 sides of the entry part. No arched door... It's alright, but not really the right style.
Open Plan Bungalow
This design has a traditional Irish cottage front with traditional form and vernacular. The rear of the property is where the licence to introduce architectural flair was given, this is evident in …
Gwyneth Paltrow Shells Out For Splendid Veranda Covergirl
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Kilcogy House, Co. Cavan - Craftstudio Architecture
Kilcogy House is the re-imagining the traditional long house, creating a contemporary farmhouse in tune with the open landscape that surrounds it. The long house, from which the design takes reference, is prevalent in rural Co. Cavan
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