Showpiece jewel in Dublin’s crown
Stunning Jameson House in Raheny, built for £12,000 in 1910, has been painstakingly renovated to now to serve as a corporate rental for new employees with its beautiful campus-like environment
“Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness.” Although he was speaking in general about the aesthetic of all architecture, the sentiment uttered by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry could well have applied to Jameson House on Watermill Road in Raheny in north Dublin.
Influenced by the prevailing Arts and Crafts movement of the time, the stunning residence was designed for the Jameson family distillers by Frederick George Hicks of...
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