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Flynn Mews House

Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects - LOHA

Europa | Dublino

In old cities, historic buildings like churches, public buildings and houses are wedged into a dense urban fabric among swathes of different housing typologies. As monuments, they represent that particular society’s shared values. The more run-of-the-mill dwellings, on the other hand, reveal the more intimate private character of the place.
Today as in the past, far reaching urban transformation still requires symbols and monuments to embody a community’s shared values. But cities are also renewed through small-time, private renovation that often goes unheralded.
Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects (LOHA) has intervened radically on an historic site in old Dublin once partly occupied by a late 19th century coach house. The brief was to preserve the façade of the former coach house that once occupied the site and ensure it be visible from an adjacent...

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