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Privately commissioned project to design an extension to a vacant cottage on the outskirts of Drogheda town. The clients had a clear brief of what they wanted for them and their teenage children. The project involved remodelling the entire layout of the existing house to bring it up to the standards of a modern family unit. The house is divided into four zones: the adult/parents zone; teenage zone; central living zone; and outdoor/courtyard zone. The zonal layout gives privacy and functionality desired by a modern family. A contemporary flat roof extension to the side and rear of the dwelling contains a new kitchen, dining and living area with large sliding doors which open onto a concealed west facing outdoor area part sheltered by a section of roof overhang. The front door is relocated to form a new entrance door in the side extension so that visitors may enter closer to the heart of the home.

House Extension


County Meath                                                                                                                                    


Planning Permission Received: January 2018




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