Who lives in a house like this?
Top architect Colm Doyle's Camden Street pad is a feast for the senses, combining cool charm with an enviable eye for detail, writes Ruth O'Connor
The first thing that strikes you when you step through the door of architect Colm Doyle’s home is a sense of cool and calm. The location of his residence on bustling Camden Street in Dublin is what makes it such an exciting place to live - the vibrant mix of restaurants, specialist food delis, local huckster shops and charity outlets. Located high above street level, with kitchen views at the back to Synge Street Church,...
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