Thursday October 29, 2020

House of the Week: Energy-efficient home offers a breath of fresh air within a stone’s throw of the city

No 16 Stepaside Park in Stepaside, Dublin 18, is a light-filled three-storey house with open-plan living, a west-facing garden and access to all the amenities of the nearby village

20th September, 2020
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No 16 Stepaside Park, at the foot of the Dublin mountains, is offered in showhome condition

Every century brings seismic changes to the homes that we live in, but none have been more influential than the impact of Covid-19. Past pandemics have played a key role in urban design, from the Roman grid system which improved the efficiency of water supplies and sewers, to its adoption in America’s cities during the 18th-century cholera outbreaks.

The latest development comes from Barcelona architects Guallart led by Vincente Guallart, pioneer of interaction...

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