This conversion in the Irish village of Broughshane started out with something that was already truly an object of beauty: a crumbling old stone barn. With some clever manipulation, they turned the old barn into a light-filled, contemporary living space.

A small home built around an existing stone barn structure in Broughshane, Northern Ireland, UK. Designed by McGarry-Moon Architects.

Community Centre for Evangelical Reformed Church in Würenlos by Menzi Bürgler Architekten © Rasmus Norlander

copper roofing with ice dam - Community Centre for Evangelical Reformed Church in Würenlos by Menzi Bürgler Architekten © Rasmus Norlander

Love it The Photographers’ Gallery by O’Donnell + Tuomey

The Photographers’ Gallery by O’Donnell + Tuomey

Irish architects O’Donnell + Tuomey extended a red brick warehouse in central London to provide a new home for The Photographers’ Gallery

Old is New Again: Shoreham Street, Sheffield, UK

Shoreham Street / Project Orange

Shoreham Street By Project Orange “ 192 Shoreham Street is a Victorian industrial brick building sited at the edge of the Cultural Industries Quarter Conservation Area of Sheffield. It is not listed.

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I love the original brick detailing on this building. The later addition is a trifle jarring, though. The Porter House by SHoP Architects - Meatpacking District

The CaixaForum arts centre, which opened earlier this year in Madrid, Spain, incorporates walls from a power station that previously occupied the site. It includes galleries, administrative offices and a restaurant in the upper levels, as well as an auditorium below ground level.

CaixaForum Madrid by Herzog & de Meuron

a-rchitecture: “ CaixaForum Madrid a project by Herzog & de Meuron Madrid, Spain, Completed 2008 Architectural photographer Duccio Malagamba has relaunched his website with new images including these.

The two storeys that Project Orange have added to the roof of a redundant brick warehouse in Sheffield look like another building stacked on top.  The upward extension replaces a pitched roof, creating three duplex studio offices within a powder-coated steel volume that both overlaps and bites through the original brick structure.  A new restaurant and bar occupies the double-height warehouse space below, where it benefits from light through the original two-storey-high arched windows.

192 Shoreham Street by Project Orange

Built by Project Orange in , Shoreham Street, Sheffield 192 Shoreham Street is a Victorian industrial brick building sited at the edge of the Cu.

Roof extension to east london flat by Poulsom Middlehurst - amazing copper dormer

Poulsom Middlehurst adds copper extension to London flat

Poulsom Middlehurst adds copper-clad extension to east London attic flat


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