The gardens of Gwynedd have always been known for their stunning views of the sea, but this year, a new and beautiful villa will make a return to the islands, where it will be built by an American company called Gwynnepin Architectural Designs.
The villas on the island of Ireland are a reminder of a time when Ireland was a great power, said architect and designer Nicky O’Brien.
“It’s very important to remember how the islands were a land of great promise and prosperity in the 15th century, a time of great opportunity and great wealth, and they were still here in the 18th century when we were living in the early years of the Industrial Revolution.”
There was a vision to turn the island into a great island paradise and I think we’ve seen a huge amount of that, a fantastic place to be, a great place to enjoy the sea.
“We are now celebrating that with this new garden villa and its spectacular views of a great country.”
Mr O’Briens garden villas are set within a spectacular and open field, with the gardens themselves providing an inviting setting.
The garden villis were designed by GwynNepin architect Nicky Hahn, who has designed many of Ireland’s most significant buildings including the Cathedral of the Nativity, the St James’s Cathedral, the Glynedd Castle, the Cairn of Gaede, and the Eamonn Foyle Memorial and Gardens.
The new Gwynnampton garden villae are the first of their kind to be built in Ireland and will be the first in the island’s history to feature the Gwynnedge brand name.
The architect said that the villas were also designed to look as though they were in the midst of nature and not in the middle of a busy urban environment.
“Gwynnethan is the ideal setting for a garden villare,” he said.
“The gardens themselves are planted in the landscape, so they have a wonderful balance of natural and urban settings, and we’ve chosen to use the classic English architecture of the Gown to make the villa feel very urban.”
The gardens of IrelandGwynnedges is a brand name given to a series of gardens in Gwynethan.
They are located at the foot of a hill near the village of Glynedges, just outside of Gwyndolin, Co Dublin.
The gardens are the largest and most impressive of their type in Ireland, which is about the size of the UK.
The gardens are made up of a series in the shape of a cross between a gothic Gothic cathedral and a Gothic town hall, each containing its own garden.
Each garden villad has a private terrace and is open to the public during the day.
It is hoped that the new Glynnedges garden villase will be completed by 2020.