Ballsbridge Progress – Residential project

Our Ballsbridge Residence interior architecture construction has been coming along really well over the last few weeks. The large windows and doors at the rear of the property have finally been fit so overall the space is now well defined. The main objective with this spatial design was to create a good flow between all of the ground floor rooms.

Dividing wall between kitchen and dining room
View from dining space into kitchen with partition separating wall

Having previously been two separate properties, it was our intention to merge them well together so as to appear that they had always been one house. We have opted to retain the character of the original house at the front of the property with reference to the cornicing, ceiling roses and panelling. The rear however is much more contemporary, airy and modern.

Bench seating area at garden window
Nook banquette seating area

Natural light floods the space and furniture, flooring and lighting help to define the different areas in the open plan space. The living room, reading nook, dining area and kitchen are all located within the rear open plan space.

Joinery is a huge part of this project, with bespoke joinery in almost every room of the house. This is now underway, beginning in the walk in wardrobe and the library room. We are very excited to see this underway… along with tiling and finishes, joinery plays the most visual part in the finished design. More updates coming soon!


Pocket doors are great at saving space
Sliding pocket doors provide access to wardrobe and master en-suite
Walk in wardrobe as part of joinery package
Bespoke master walk in wardrobe