Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.

Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.

Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.

Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.

Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.

Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.

Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.

Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.

Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.

Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.

Leeson Park

Leeson Park

Stage: Completed 2012
Location: South Dublin
Client: Private
Budget: Undisclosed
Floor: Additional 45 sq.m

This project was the compete transformation of a derelict Georgian property in Dublin. We dropped the entire ground floor level throughout and to the rear, the angled stone boundary wall was a feature of the site that was brought into the heart of the house. An angled glazed bench seat forms the dining space which helped preserve the original form and footprint of the house. Core ten steel cladding envelopes the projection to the rear which will change and grow with the house in the years to come, weathering as a beautiful counterpoint to the stone wall.