People have long been fascinated by the mythical dragon, and the dragon gate of Harlech House, a property built in 1798 by a Welsh immigrant, proves just that. Located in Dublin, Ireland, the Harlech House exudes an aura of fantasy and magic for their use of religious and fairytale motifs and elements throughout the premise. Such architectural design makes visitors to Harlech House feel as though they have stepped foot on a mythical land of some sort.
As for the dragon gate, it is designed and constructed using curved stainless steel and glass-brown eyes, with the wings sporting a strong, metallic mesh. Aesthetics aside, the dragon gate serves as a mean of attracting the public to drop by and visit Harlech House. Now, if only this dragon gate actually breathes fire at night too.
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Funky Cut-Out Walls
Ominous Spiked Installations
Metallic Ribbon Exteriors