A copper-clad “light scoop” sweeps through the interior of this home in Dublin, wrapping back on itself to cover a rooftop room overlooking a terrace.
Designed by local practice ArchitectsTM, K House sits behind an existing period house overlooking a cul-de-sac, with views out to the nearby grand canal and Rathmines church.
Coated in a cream coloured render, the home faces out to the street with a high curved wall, marked with only a few carefully-placed windows sitting within deep reveals.
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