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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Residence in Skerries, Ireland...

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A few images sent by our partner Paul Brady from our practice's London branch of a recently completed project in Skerries, Ireland. The residence is an unbashedly contemporary, yet contextual, addition to a row of more traditional sandstone and slate buildings.
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Click here to access an earlier post of this project...
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The addition is slotted between a row of more traditional residences...

Interior detail...

The main entrance...

The original steps...

The back elevation makes the most of the sea view...

The view from the residence at low-tide...
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All images by Paul Brady

3 comments:

ParisH said...

It's great!!..........................................

ghadah alkandari said...

i love the way this modern home blends in with it's more 'natural' surroundings. it's like carving a house out of a mountain while maintaining a harmony. a modern day petra :)


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Thomas said...

I think most building should follow the 'Petra-principle' - be it applied in the context of pre-existing buildings or a rockface...