Bespoke Furniture Made in Ireland

Wabi-Sabi Ltd. design, manufacture and fit to order internal joinery. We take a holistic view of the house design working with client and architect to present furniture that integrates into the house.


  • Dartmouth Square


  • Dartmouth Square


  • Kenilworth Road


  • Fentiman Road


  • Fentiman Road


  • Exchequer Street


  • Donore Road

Patrick McKenna

Patrick McKenna, Furniture Designer

 

 

 

 

Hi, I’m Patrick.

I’d love to talk with you and your architect about your fitted furniture and joinery requirements. Have a look at our portfolio of work and give me a call – 087 236 0044

 

Recent Work

  • Dartmouth Square

    all, bedroom, kitchen, panelling and doors

    Project Overview This project focused on the careful restoration of the Victorian home with the integration of a new open...

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  • Fentiman Road

    all, kitchen

    Project Overview I had worked together with London based interior designer, Sarah Chambers, previously on a project in Dublin and...

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  • Exchequer Street

    all, bedroom, kitchen, panelling and doors

    Project Overview This project was the full refurbishment of an apartment within a listed building at George’s Street arcade on...

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  • Kenilworth Road

    all, bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, panelling and doors

    Project Overview This project focused on the careful restoration of the Georgian home with a contemporary “light intervention” upgrade to...

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Bespoke Solutions

Our clients seek out Wabi Sabi for bespoke solutions to kitchen and living areas that cleverly incorporate storage for modern relaxed living.  Much of our work involves the full remodel of older homes in architect or interior designer led projects but we also include smaller projects involving one or two rooms. We offer a consistency of quality materials and joinery details throughout a house.

Testimonials

I began working with Patrick McKenna of Wabi Sabi in 2006; He remains a valuable component in my work today. I sought his services based on word of mouth and a strong portfolio. He displayed an architectural sensitivity to brief and context.

In a current climate of pressurised budget, he has shown a willingness to scrap at its coalface… negotiate.. develop and revisit detail – without compromising a global design intent. He comes armed with a ‘hands on’ approach and personable communication skills, which has allowed me to expend more of my time at the work/time intensive tender and construction stages.

Wabi Sabi’s technological expertise and command/handling of materials are unique to me in the context of ‘pop up’ CAD kitchen designers and glorified flat pack kitchens.

Laurie O’Connor