1960s – The Pearl Bar, Fleet St., Dublin
Possibly built to designs of architect and sculptor Gary Trimble. Also believed that Signa, an Irish design group led by Michael Scott may have had some input into the facade.
1960s – Unbuilt twin for O’Connell Bridge House, Dublin
After O’Connell Bridge House was constructed in 1965 on the eastern side, it was suggested that a twin be built on the site of the Ballast Office on the western side.
1961 – Commended design for new Library, Trinity College Dublin
Judged blind, design no. 179 was commended for its library planning. “The plan,
1961 – Commended entrant for Trinity College Dublin library
Turkish entrant, #201, which was commended in the competition to design a new library for Trinity College Dublin.
1961 – Competition entrant for new Library, Trinity College Dublin
A joint entrant by a trio of Portuguese architects,
1961 – Design for a new library, Trinity College Dublin
Design #127 was commended and described as prsenting “a ‘square’ solution of excellent scale and proportions with an ingenious and not unsuccessful bridge link with the old Library.
1961 – Highly commended design for new Library, Trinity College Dublin
Highly commended design, No.86, the jury felt it was “a solution that attracted the Jury for its horizontal lines,
1961 – Koralek’s winning design for Trinity College library
The winning design, No.123, in the architectural competition to design a new library for Trinity College Dublin.
1961 – Second Premiated Design for new Library, Trinity College Dublin
Second placed entry by Haifa-based architects Alfred Mansfeld and Dani Havkin. According to the architects: “In order to achieve a harmonious relationship with the existing library and the museum building and to avoid architecturally awkward connections with these old buildings,