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Impact of the Decision To Leave the EU

Impact of the Decision To Leave the EU

It is now clear that the British people have made the choice to leave the European Union. The countr...


Bloom 2017 Small Garden - A Space to Collaborate

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A Space to Collaborate

‘A Space to Collaborate’ is an urban garden which is located adjacent to the home of a maker. The garden is a creative sanctuary which is focussed on its inhabitants and the interaction that is fostered through collaboration.

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The built structure represents home and the authentic connections and personal bonds that we develop. Seating areas offer a relaxing social space where experiences can be shared and ideas explored. Overhead wooden structures represent the fluid nature of the crossover between work and social and the connections being made. A corner workspace affords an opportunity for these concepts to be brought to fruition. This creative process mirrors the life cycle of the planting throughout the garden, which acts as the glue to bring the elements together and the garden to life, softening the built lines and providing the inhabitant with a multi-sensory experience.

Seamus Furlong & Tricia Harris.

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Seamus Furlong – Brennan | Furlong Architects & Urban Planners was established by two friends, Gareth Brennan and Seamus Furlong, in 2015. The practice is centered on the design of buildings, the internal spaces they create, the external space they reside within and the marriage of these elements to create the best possible experience we can have with our built and landscaped environments every day. Gareth and Seamus believe that each unique design, if well-considered and carefully developed, can enrich and enliven our interaction as individuals, as families, and as a greater community. Tricia Harris – is a furniture designer creating unique, contemporary, design-led furniture. Trained in the renowned National Centre of Excellence for Furniture Design and Wood Technology at GMIT Letterfrack, Tricia always had a love of finely-crafted pieces and she brings a strong a sense of design and style to furniture pieces. From her studio in the Chocolate Factory, Dublin, she ...(View profile)

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