Delgany Residence – Up to date

We almost burst with excitement today on a site visit when we saw all of the joinery being fitted! So long awaited, the joinery really is the key item in this design. Full height walls of joinery line the double height hallway. Limed oak, push to open doors with birch ply carcasses gently lead you through from the entrance into the kitchen with shadow gaps framing it all nicely… can’t wait to see the finished result!

It was designed over a year ago and now all the results are becoming clear.

Angled pantry storage with flush push to open doors
Pantry joins with finger grip kitchen wall
Full height wall of hall storage
Delgany Residence – From the beginning to date

We are busy working on site for a few jobs at the moment… definitely my favourite time, when you start to see your designs become real! One job is a residential project that we designed a couple of years back in Delgany. The original house was really small but luckily was on an end site. The clients have an expanding and growing family so additional space was hugely important and necessary for them. We were asked to work with a footprint extension plan and design the full interior architecture of the house, both old and new. The extension itself is larger than the original house. It is a spacious and modern design with lots of glass to offer stunning country side views from all angles. We incorporated a lot of joinery design throughout the house so storage will not be an issue. High slanted ceilings offer a vast feeling of space. Things have progressed steadily in the last few months and the spaces are starting to become visible. I will be updating as the finishes and materials are added…


Rear of original property
Original garden 
The property was the end in a row which meant that the client could buy the land next to it and use it to house the new improved house
Additional neighbouring land
The original layout was a square. There was a central hallway with relatively small rooms coming off from it