Diarmaid Brophy ArchitectsGarden Pavilion in Ranelagh

Garden Pavilion in Ranelagh

Replacing an existing lean-to shed, this new Garden Pavilion to the rear garden of a home in Ranelagh, Dublin, provides additional accommodation for the main house, a Protected Structure.

Garden Pavilion in Ranelagh
Garden Pavilion in Ranelagh
Garden Pavilion in Ranelagh
Garden Pavilion in Ranelagh
Garden Pavilion in Ranelagh
Garden Pavilion in Ranelagh

Garden Pavilion in Ranelagh

The new single-storey free-standing structure is designed to be contemporary in form and detailing, while using a traditional palette of external materials familiar to the older surroundings – cut stone walls, painted timber elements and a pitched and slated roof.

As well as providing garden storage space, the pavilion has two main rooms for use as a lounge/play room and home office – along with a shower room.

The two main rooms have timber lined walls, sloping ceilings and rooflights to allow natural light in from above.

Currently at Planning Permission stage.