Gazing at the spire of Chapelizod Church in Dublin, the Slate Storey is a 50 sqm extension of a two storey semi-detached period house towards to the garden and the Magnolia tree.
Irish architect Tom Maher has created an anamorphic pitched roof, the roof skylight and one side diamond-shaped window provide natural light to dining area.
Inspiration from architect:
This slate storey sits on a sand blasted, in-situ reinforced concrete slab, which partially cantilever’s over the garden. The Sapele lined openings, with mirror coated low emissivity double glazing result from and emphasize the form of the slate storey, creating a separation from the existing house.