Conversion of church hall to dwelling, Forestside, Belfast
A redundant church hall was converted to a contemporary home. A mezzanine floor was inserted and the building was opened up to make full use of the fantastic views.ll
Extension at Rosses Point, Sligo
A new granny annex and garage was added to the front of the property At the rear overlooking the bay a two storey extension in natural stone added to the existing living room with a new bedroom above
Extension, Scarriff, Co Clare
This period house has been refurbished and extended. All previous extensions and outbuildings to the rear were demolished and
replaced with a contemporary single storey extension.
Extension, Waterloo Park, Belfast
The rear of the property which faces south was extensively remodelled to open the downstairs to the patio. A gym was added to the rear of the garage and all the new work to the rear was unified with a colonnade.
Extensions at Lis-na- Carrig, Foxrock, Dublin
Extensive remodelling and extensions of a large period home. The property had a large extension completed in the 1980s but the flow and natural light was poor.
New dwelling Kerrymount Avenue, South Dublin
The main house in red brick with Bath stone detailing and a natural slate roof.
To break up the scale of the building the attached coach house wing is clad in stone.
Extension Station Road, Cultra
A Victorian house that had been derelict for 10 years.
The property was totally renovated and a new extension added in a similar style to the existing but with a contemporary edge.
New dwelling, Groomsport, Co Down
Replacement of a two room semi-detached holiday home on a small plot with a two reception, four bedroom family home. The house was designed with the living accommodation on the first floor.
New dwelling, Pinebrook, Gordon Avenue, Dublin
New 376m2 (4020sq ft) dwelling in South Dublin in the Arts and Crafts style. Roughcast render finish with Bath Stone window, etc.
New dwelling at Cordarragh, Foxrock, Dublin
New 796m2 (8520 sq ft) dwelling in the Edwardian style on the edge of Foxrock village.
New dwelling at Avalon, Foxrock, Dublin
A development of 2 detached contemporary houses of 320m2 (3420 sq ft) each with 4 reception rooms and 5 bedrooms (2 ensuite).
New Dwelling, San Marco, South Dublin
he client particularly liked the Regency style house around Regents Park, London.