A multi-purpose hub for Irish designers
Housed in a five-storey Georgian building on Dublin’s Dawson Street is the Design House, a multi-purpose hub for Irish designers, with studios, sewing rooms, seamstress and a café.
Established by Bébhinn Flood in September 2013, The Design House sells products from more than 60 Irish designers, working in fashion, knitwear, millinery and jewellery, homewares, craft and art.
“Our setting is really interesting because it includes two floors of studio spaces and sewing...
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