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Kerry House / Carson and Crushell Architects

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From the architect. This project is a major reworking of a dilapidated 1960's bungalow overlooking Kenmare River. The structure was wrapped in a thick insulated render lining with high performance glazing fitted flush into existing and newly made openings. All internal rooms were reorganised, improving relationships between the bedrooms and their new en-suites and the relocated kitchen, dining room and central courtyard. In addition, a terrace and long bench of Kilkenny limestone were made to extend the living spaces into the landscape.

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