Refurbishment and modernisation of rural Wexford farmhouse

Nearing Completion

Apart from a few decorative finishes internally, our Monamolin refurbishment is almost complete. The clients have moved in and are delighted with the results. Have a look and see what you think.
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Zinc Cladding

Well worth the wait. The zinc cladding now in place on the picture window and the curved entrance roof.
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Construction Details

A brief glimpse behind the scenes, at the internal structure that makes this type of house refurbishment possible. Note the structural steel supporting the upper floors and the large opening in the original farmhouse gable wall.
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Cladding On, Windows In

The Wexford farmhouse refurbishment is well under way now. Most of the windows are in, the roof slates are going on, and – most excitingly for us – the zinc cladding on the curved entrance and the feature window have been installed. Have a look at the images below,...
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Construction Update

The brief for this project involved the transformation of a typical four-bay, two storey farmhouse into a warm, modern residence with large, useable rooms and open-plan living spaces. A connection to the outdoors was very important, as the house benefits from extensive views...
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Wexford Farmhouse Design

Renderings of our design for the modern refurbishment of a typical Wexford farmhouse. Initially the clients were skeptical about the dramatic curved roof on the entrance and how it would fit into the overall design of the new house. JFD employed 3D modelling software to model the...
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Stages of Construction