The pandemic locked most of us inside the four walls of our homes for seven months.
However, that’s not a bad thing if your home is as breathtaking as the one featured in the second episodes of Dermot Bannon’s Incredible Homes on RTÉ1 on Sunday at 9:30 p.m.
The famous architect takes a trip to West Cork to see one of the most spectacular houses in the country at Goleen, designed by world-famous architect Niall McLaughlin.
Under the four mono-sloping extensions of this house, Dermot is led through a series of pavilions, each of which steps back to finally offer a sensational sea view in the last room.
In the meantime, the owners will also be delighted that architect Róisín Murphy, contractor Peter Finn and their crew are back on RTÉ1 on Thursday at 7pm with a brand new series of Home Rescue.
Once again, the team will redesign rooms and bring order to the chaos. In the first episode, they’re in Swords, North County Dublin, trying to bring life back to a winter garden.
Super mom and hairdresser Sinead and her 11 year old daughter Jodi live there. Still recovering from beating breast cancer, the mother has had to pause her mobile hairdressing business.
After turning her garage into a standalone apartment, Ainead’s conservatory has become a floor-to-ceiling storage space where she simply doesn’t have the energy to look after it on her own.
In Home Rescue, Róisín slips into a plan to save the room and bring light and space back to Sinead’s house. However, when she reveals her vision of an open kitchen and winter garden opening onto the garden, builder Peter believes she is asking too much of the crew, given the limited time.
On top of the construction challenge, Sinead loves her kitchen so much that her daughter Jodi warns the crew that if they ruin it, they’d better “run a mile”!
When Róisín expanded her plan and suggested the addition of a “garden room”, Peter became increasingly frustrated with construction problems and late nights.
Surrounded by her friends and sisters, Sinead has mastered a major sorting job on the green across from the house, but her description of the rescue as “Christmas is Coming” does not reflect the mood of Peter and his persistent crew.
When time is running out and the list of things to do gets longer, can the team turn two rooms into one and give Barber Sinead’s house the ultimate up-do?
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