This replacement dwelling is a variation and distortion of a 1970’s Irish bungalow.
The design of this home was carefully considered due to its context and planning restrictions. The form simple in nature on a rectilinear base, is contrasted against a play on a front ended gable clad entirely in a burnt timber cladding to emulate that of a wooded farm yard barn.
The contemporary design allows for an internal flow with very little wasted space creating a bright and airy open plan living home bringing the outside in. The external spaces of this home are on a south-west axis ensuring the midday to evening sun.