Ireland House Museum

Interior Renovation
Burlington, Ontario

A true piece of Canadian history, Ireland House Museum was built between 1835 and 1837 by Joseph Ireland and occupied by his family until the mid 1980’s when it was purchased by the City of Burlington.

Hired by the City of Burlington to give the dated 1990’s interior of the Oakridge Interpretive Centre a facelift, Assembled Light teamed up with Hamilton Interior Design firm Niche for Design to transform the space into one that is welcoming, bright and contemporary. The modern simplicity, colours and details of the newly renovated Lobby, Gift Shop and Meeting Room provide visitors with a fresh first impression and an even deeper appreciation for the historical beauty of the original buildings and grounds.