Vergemount Hall

Dublin, Ireland£ UndisclosedResidential

The extension of this end of terrace Georgian property is located in a quiet cul-de-sac in South Dublin. In the 1930’s its garden was divided and a mews house was constructed which resulted in a cramped rear yard. The main strategy was to consolidate the new accommodation into a single extension, creating the maximum possible footprint of usable external space. The lower ground floor was excavated to 1.2m to accommodate adjacencies to boundaries and internal levels and to allow the maximum volume of light to reach the yard.
The extension is fully glazed at ground floor level to enhance the feeling of depth in the yard.
The extension was conceived as a library tower, with stacked bookshelves lining the party wall. Lower ground contains a utility room, bathroom and playroom/guest bedroom, at first floor a study, and bedrooms at second and third floors.
The facades are rendered in lime render, with timber windows and ventilation panels.

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