A trapezoidal wedge shaped passageway of 18sq m to the front and side of a period property in Glasnevin was ultilised to transform it into a serviced two room Physical Therapy Clinic comprising of an office, therapy room and washroom. This has public access through a herb and flower garden from the street, respectfully sited in this conservation area zone. The predominant red brick of the adjoining houses is continued in a sustainably sourced brick constructed in matching Flemish bond pattern including bespoke special brick corner knuckle jointing. A zinc entrance canopy defines the formal entrance from the street and front garden. The Clinic is accessed firstly through a private doorway, into an open aired small vestibule granite court. A granite path leads to the sliding entrance door and weathered zinc canopy with a private garden oasis beyond. The Interior is a simple contemporary enfilade of rooms separated with space saving sliding doors. Naturally lit through floor to ceiling sliding Japanese inspired clear and translucent glass screens that are open to the sun path east to west. Storage is raised above at high level to maximize all available area. The rooms are naturally ventilated with opening vents in each room. The bright sunlit rooms, natural wood floor and soft concealed ceiling lighting create an ambient and relaxing therapy environment.