First Derry Presbyterian Church was unused for almost 9 years and was nearing a state of disrepair.
A challenging extension to the first floor of The Watchtower previously known as 'The Salt Pot', an old coast guard tower overlooking the pier of Portnablagh.
A beautifully timber clad house nestled in the trees of Faugher Valley. The ground floor remains secluded and shaded by the first floor balcony which extends out to the tree canopy exploiting views to Muckish Mountain.
The sun room extension to this contemporary stone dwelling provides a 180 degree view of the bay with bi-folding doors that can open on all sides.
A simple form with complex angles and a limited palette deliver simplicity, subtle sophistication and a tranquil connection to the stunning garden planted by Seamus O'Donnell.
This contemporary cottage has stunning views and details to match. Cedar shutters mounted on a bespoke track system, inspired by an oil rig, protect the house in its exposed environment.