Raw Georgian

“Nestled in the Garden of Ireland, Wicklow, a Late Georgian estate from 1850 spans 45 acres, blending historical charm with natural splendour, featuring original structures and rustic stone outbuildings.

Balancing the idea of raw industrial aesthetics with refined, timeless elegance while accommodating a family of five posed a challenge. Preserving the building’s integrity while enhancing functionality for modern living was paramount, with design focus at its core.

The design fused nature and beauty, creating an enchanted sanctuary and redefining the essence of what industrial could be. Strategic space subdivision optimized functionality while maintaining an open-plan feel, inviting inhabitants to embark on a journey where the past converges with the present in a symphony of elegance and authenticity.”

Brutalist beauty within a Georgian shell by Dublin-based design house Róisín Lafferty.

Raw Georgian
Raw Georgian
Raw Georgian
Raw Georgian
Raw Georgian
Raw Georgian
Raw Georgian
Raw Georgian
Raw Georgian
Raw Georgian
Raw Georgian

Photography by Barbara Corsico.

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