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This Galway self-build is a combination of striking architecture and stylish touches
This Galway self-build is a combination of striking architecture and stylish touches

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A once-bland Dublin apartment has been imbued with a film director’s discerning aesthetic thanks to a thoughtful renovation
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Inside the glittering Dublin home of jewellery designer, Chupi Sweetman-Durney
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This Dublin home has been given a makeover full of warm tones and inviting textures

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Robert Sheehan


By IMAGE
20th Sep 2013
Robert Sheehan

The vulnerability of those green eyes and raw emotion in every character he plays has made Robert Sheehan an Irish actor wunderkind. While the Love/Hate bad-boy-with-a-good-heart had us squealing from our couches last season (is he alive or isn’t he?), he’s only getting bigger and better. Next up, Rob stars in the latest book-to-screen fantasy-drama trilogy, hyped as the new Twilight – The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (out now) will see the Laois native pitted against fellow Irishmen Jonathan Rhys-Meyers and Aidan Turner, alongside Lily Collins in the adaptation of The New York Times bestseller. We’re about to see a lot more of Mr Sheehan.

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