Dickeys House

A tricky steep site overlooking the Glenarm conservation village gave challenges to overcome.

The obvious concept for the site was to maintain the contours by creating a stepped approach to the design. This took form in a series of blocks, each connected with a glass link overlooking the coastline. The forms were cloaked identically with a natural slate to the walls and roof complimenting the village below with feature chimneys mimicking the stone to the castle that can be seen from the site.

A nature gravel driveway leads up to the site to prevent any hardstanding areas in this idyllic coastal site.

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