This Victorian semi-detached house is one of many Protected Structures in Dublin that was subdivided into flats during the last century. Here, the upper two storeys comprised 8 self-contained apartments with the lower ground-floor occupied as a single garden-flat.
Ste Murray is an architectural photographer based in Dublin & London. As a graduate of Architecture in University College Dublin, he aims to bring an eye for detail and documentary to his work. He focuses on the process, while finding creative solutions.
The Stiles Road house was modernised 15 years ago but with the arrival of the owners two children, the house and its extension, no longer fulfilled the owners needs.
The former Dominican Church in Athy Town is to be a new municipal library. The original building is formed of a striking hyperbolic parabolic curved roof with significant elements of stained glass artwork and the design concept was to preserve the original spatial and light qualities of the former church, whilst upgrading to provide a modern library.
Architects: Robert Bourke Architects Project: Haddington Park House Location: Glenageary, County Dublin, Ireland Project Year 2018 Photographer: Ste Murray Haddington Park House is an extension and renovation of a 1940’s bungalow in Glenageary, Co. Dublin. Within a regular grid and structurally efficient timber roof structure, a new living space is created for a young family. Beneath […]
Villa 9010 is a new, two-storey, energy-efficient home for a young family in the seaside village of Dalkey, South County Dublin. Constructed in the side garden of the Client’s redbrick childhood home, at the entrance to a typical suburban cul de-sac, the site was previously occupied by the family’s garage and boat shed.
This project involves the transformation of a Georgian three-storey terraced house near Dublin’s Docklands from three bed-sits into one generous ‘upside-down’ family house.