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Percy Lane Luxury Homes / ODOS architects

  • 06:00 - 2 May, 2015
Percy Lane Luxury Homes / ODOS architects
Percy Lane Luxury Homes / ODOS architects, Courtesy of ODOS architects
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Text description provided by the architects. This recently completed mews development consists of 3 mews houses in Dublin, Ireland. The area of each house is 174sqm with 39sqm external space in courtyards, terrace and roof garden. Total site area is 296sqm

Ground Floor Plan
Ground Floor Plan
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Courtesy of ODOS architects

The black zinc, curved-hat building with stone gables contains three dwellings which have been strategically planned to maximise light and spatial quality and benefit from a very carefully considered palette of complementary colours and materials.

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Courtesy of ODOS architects

The black zinc roof could be interpreted as a reference to that of the traditional corrugated iron barn roof both in terms of form and materiality. Internally the curve of the roof is experienced in the double-height space which links the kitchen and living spaces.

First Floor Plan
First Floor Plan
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Courtesy of ODOS architects

The internal concrete stairwell with a timber-finned wall acts not only as a physical connector but also allows natural daylight, reflection and shadow to travel throughout the building uninterrupted.

Second Floor Plan
Second Floor Plan
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Courtesy of ODOS architects

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Cite: "Percy Lane Luxury Homes / ODOS architects" 02 May 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/624907/percy-lane-luxury-homes-odos-architects/> ISSN 0719-8884
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