The project, involved the complete refurbishment of this 5000 sqft 19th century residence including a modest extension, and responded to the fact that the house is in The Foxrock Architectural Conservation Area. The works were comprehensive and included significant external upgrade including roof and windows, redecoration and landscaping.
Internally new services were introduced throughout including underfloor heating, all integrated sensitively into the fabric of the house. The interior design combined faithful restoration of existing joinery elements, with contrasting contemporary kitchen, fitting and furniture. Interior design was an integral part of the service and the final “look” was informed through collaboration with the clients who had a particular interest in 20th Century Irish art.