Declan Scullion Architects | Dublin
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Ranelagh House

An Antiquarian asked Scullion Architects to extend and reconfigure his Victorian terraced house in Ranelagh, Dublin 6 to best display his eclectic antique collection. Using a palette of natural materials (lime, copper and terracotta) drawn from the older house, we arranged a linear sequence of top lit rooms culminating in a view through folding timber doors to the south facing garden.

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 The new extension features natural materials including copper, lime render and terracotta drawn from the original house

The new extension features natural materials including copper, lime render and terracotta drawn from the original house

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 South-facing garden doors fold back to bring sunlight deep into the kitchen

South-facing garden doors fold back to bring sunlight deep into the kitchen