On Thursday the 11th, the Lisney seminar, ‘Building Tomorrow’, brought together leading minds in the property market. The seminar was created to assess the state of the Irish property market with a focus on planning and the future of the market.
By all accounts, the panellists agreed that Ireland is uniquely well-positioned to face the threats posed by Brexit and global political uncertainty.
Max O’Flaherty is one of Ireland’s most well-respected architects with over 20 years’ experience designing stunning properties all over Ireland with Aughey O’Flaherty Architects.
We’ve turned to Max to ask what you should be looking at if you’re thinking of extending or renovating your current home or are moving into a new property that needs a bit of work.
In this Lisney-exclusive interview, O’Flaherty explains why he is a passionate believer in the value of good design and why he believes that it doesn’t just come with a monetary value.
The reality of an Irish summer isn’t quite so glorious: quickly incinerating a frozen burger on a disposable barbeque between torrential showers while you try to finish that novel you’ve been reading for three summers straight.
Still, while the Irish summer may come with a caveat of less than stellar weather, sprucing up your garden is a worthwhile task – both for aesthetics and house price.
Anyone who has walked along the southeast coast of Dublin or even strolled through the People’s Park will know exactly what JFK was talking about.
However, Dublin’s coastal towns have so much more to offer than stunning views.
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