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Winning proportions of split-level living

The three-bedroom residence is the family home of an Irish financial trader and his American wife, a pastry chef

2nd July, 2017
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The exterior of the house

Unassuming from the narrow, industrial looking laneway that it sits on in Ranelagh in Dublin 6 is Prices Lane, this year’s House of the Year winner at the RIAI Architecture Public Choice Awards.

The three-bedroom residence is the family home of an Irish financial trader and his American wife, a pastry chef, and was previously a narrow car park until the couple hired Dublin-based Odos Architects to transform it. Completed last year, Prices Lane...

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