Northern Ireland-based McGarry Moon has revealed plans for a new home for the practice
The 130m² office will be built in the lower garden of McGarry Moon’s current home and studio, the award-winning Fallahogey House.
Accessed by a perforated cor-ten steel bridge, the scheme has been designed to resemble the metal agricultural sheds found in the surrounding area.
Alongside the practice’s studio, the building will also include a garage for the nearby house, a level access bedroom and shower room for relatives with mobility issues.
Internally the birch plywood glulam structure is left exposed and forms shelves, drawers and cupboards within the office space.
The project is set to complete in spring 2016.
Location Kilrea, Northern Ireland
Type of project studio and domestic garage
Client McGarry Moon Architects
Architect McGarry Moon Architects
Structural engineer Structures 2000
Main contractor Alan Moon Joinery and Building Contractors
Start on site date Summer 2015
Completion date Spring 2016