The renovation project of the Victorian two-storey house is completed by NOJI Architects in 2014. The renovation of the Victorian house is located in Dublin, Ireland. This house has a total area of 1,668 square feet with an eye-catching design.
This house was built with a series of interconnecting triangular plains structure. These plains are positioned to allow sunlight into the house during the day when it moves through the house. On the first floor, the house is supported by a series of plywood glulam beams. This material was chosen because it offers superior aesthetic and the economic nature.
While the oblique lattice structure was built using prefabricated plywood beams. Plywood is used in three very different structural solutions within this project for its aesthetic, structural and economic properties. The renovation project shows the good collaboration between the Contracting firm, the Structural engineers and the Architect can generate a quality and value project.