Timber Frame holiday home on Rosslare Strand. Architecture and Landscape Design by abgc.
Refurbishment and Extension of Victorian Semi Detached home in Kilmainham. Existing contemporary extensions were demolished to make way for a new Kitchen, Dining and Utility areas to allow the character of the original house ‘breath’ while the bespoke timber door and screen engages the new space with the garden.
Hand in Hand. Every client brings something to the table and never more so than in this Refurbishment and extension of this 1940’s Phibsboro Terraced home. From the bespoke radiators to the eclectic range of luminaries, theres a lovely balance of Modern v Traditional in the artful decoration of this family home.
Architecture, interior and landscape design by abgc with planting design assistance from our good friend Helen Dillon.
Refurbishment of 1840’s seafront villa. New green technology is carefully integrated into with the original fabric, maintaining the character of the original dwelling while providing a modern and sustainable home.
A simple cedar extension adds accommodation on ground floor, and re-orients an existing first floor bedroom to take in the stunning setting of an existing stone cottage.
The pattern of the screen is a distilled version of Mondrian drawing generated using four primary cuts and a Fibonacci sequence of offset cuts.
Salvaged brick extension to a split level home providing additional accommodation and increasing sustainability to a split level mid-terrace home.
Planning exempt domestic extension with an internal courtyard bringing light into new master bedroom, bathroom and kitchen.
A 1923 ex Council house is remodelled creating modern and light filled accommodation for a young professional couple. Elements of the original steel-frame structure are exposed and incorporated into the design.