This new house is situated on a south facing hill not far from the predominantly red-brick town of Dundalk, Co Louth. The Blackrock house is compact and embedded into the hillside.
BENT Annexe adds additional living space to a 1960s home with a lot of charm, while also reconnecting it to the garden. In contrast to the heaviness and introspective nature of the original home, this new, light-weight and light-filled Annexe is open and outward-looking
A conversion of a Victorian gin distillery into a family home. As the distillery is surrounded by other buildings, the design challenge was to bring in lots of natural light while maintaining privacy.
The Brick City House is located in an older Denver neighborhood consisting primarily of small scale, brick bungalows with large entry porches. By organizing the program around the interior courtyard space, the building creates a defined street edge on the corner lot.
The colour palette in the Long house is deliberately refined to following a simple principle: A dark blue wall guides the space like a ribbon from front to back, along the party wall side.
Tower House is a Grade II listed house in Barnsbury, Islington that has been renovated and extended by Dominic McKenzie Architects. The original house was constructed in the 1830s and had previously been extended to the rear in the 1980s.