An old, dilapidated Irish barn in Broughshane has become a gorgeous home that incorporates all things that are part contemporary, part rustic. The transformation was of course a process, and McGarry-Moon architects were at the helm of it all.
Originally crafted from stone, the existing architecture allows for a more streamlined addition– further combining the past and present. Copper, concrete and glazing are the main exterior addition elements, which are all nicely juxtaposed by the original stone laid facade. The interior is kept as open as possible, with minimal furnishings and beautiful woods for a rich finish on the floors and trim.