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Roisin Murphy’s Cúl Art Showhouse at Ideal Home Show

Published: Wednesday, October 03, 2018

Sketch drawing by Dorothy Smith

The Ideal Home Showhouse – the exciting and new Cúl Art House designed by Architect Róisín Murphy MRIAI and presenter of RTÉ’s Home Rescue (formerly called: Desperate Houses).

Róisín Murphy, architect, designer and artist, brings a fresh and modern Irish feel to the Ideal Home Showhouse from 26 -29 October at the RDS Simmonscourt. She will be showcasing Irish art, furniture and design sourced from the pioneering modernists of the 60s alongside the contemporary cool of our forefathers but making it work for how we live today in our homes.
Róisín will bring a crisp and modern architectural design and contemporary styling together by using native materials to add colour to the interiors. She will source limestone from Carlow, jade tones of Connemara marble and copper from Longford.
Her work had featured in image interiors, the Irish Times and the RIAI’s house+design. She was exhibited in Open House Galway as well as the annual RIAI exhibition. Her housing designs were included in an RIAI touring exhibition for appropriate rural housing development.

You can see the Showhouse plans here

Roisín's porcelain map of Ireland made using cloth from a piece of Irish cotton lace

Farmers by Anna Rackard Luz Mernagh

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