The project of Loughloughan Barn private residence was implemented by McGarry-Moon Architects studio. This humble house of 110 square meters is located in small village of Broughshane in Northern Ireland and is rather attractive because of its architectural decision. The stone foundation is beautified with the superstructure of glass and natural wood. This foundation used to be a neglected shed, and now it is strengthen in order to comply with modern conditions of life. This project demonstrates a good combination of old and new elements, which successfully complement each other.

The House Made Of Neglected Shed in Northern Ireland 1
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