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April 17, 2009

A House by FKL Architects

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Dublin architects FLK have completed a residence called A House in Dublin, Ireland. “The house is an exploration of diagonal space within an orthogonal form and the possibilities of integrating environmental concerns at a fundamental level,” says Diarmaid Brophy of FLK. “A concrete tube provides the structural and spatial organisation and encloses the public areas of the house,” Brophy continues. “Divided by joinery elements, the tube of space is twisted between ground and first floor to allow a relationship to the garden and daylight from above.”

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