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Architecture of Co. Dublin

28 May 2015

2005 – Aer Lingus Headquarters, Dublin Airport

Architect: Henry J. Lyons & Partners Proposal for an office development at Dublin Airport designed to be a headquarters for Aer Lingus. The scheme was to incorporate 162,000 sq. m. development with 3,850...

08 February 2011

2005 – Library, Baldoyle, Co. Dublin

Architects: FKL Architects The refurbishment and extension of the Library in Baldoyle to include a Local Government Office for Fingal County Council services provides the opportunity to reassess the relationship between these public...

08 February 2010

2005 – Mechanical Engineering Building, Trinity College Dublin

Architect: Grafton Architects A further extension to the earlier building by Grafton Architects, completed in 1996, the Mechanical Engineering Building now features a raised podium with an opening around a pre-existing tree. The...

15 March 2010

2005 – Ryan Institute, Citywest, Co. Dublin

Architect: de Blacam and Meagher Architects The Dr. Tony Ryan Academy of Entrepreneurship, was set up in conjunction with Dublin City University to train entrepreneurs in management skills and advancing business technologies. Based...

20 January 2010

2005 – Sean O’Casey Bridge, Dublin

Architect: Cyril O’Neill This pedestrian bridge, which links Custom House Quay with City Quay, is named after the Dublin writer Sean O’Casey. The bridge is directly opposite Stack A, the 19th century warehouse...

21 November 2012

2005 – The Watchtower, The Point, North Wall Quay, Dublin

Architect: Scott Tallon Walker Started, with basement and foundation later filled in, with a view to restarting construction at a later date.

14 July 2014

2005 – Unbuilt Royal Dublin Hotel, Dublin

Architect: Ashlin Coleman Unbuilt proposal by Ashlin Coleman to replace the Royal Dublin Hotel on O’Connell Street with a more modern and upmarket hotel. The hotel was demolished but this was never constructed.

28 November 2013

2006 – ‘Suas’, Dublin

Hair-brained idea for an “iconic” tourist attraction that would run from Dublin’s Docklands west to Heuston Station – destroying views of some of Gandon’s iconic Dublin works. Developer Barry Boland first unveiled his...

18 February 2010

2006 – 3 Palace Street, Dublin

Architect: MBM Arquitecte In 1999 city architect Jim Barrett commissioned David Mackay, of Barcelona architects MBM to design a building for the site, which had previously been cleared and in use as a...

22 November 2012

2006 – Bifrost, Dublin

Architect: 3XN Speculative design for an eco-living development in Dublin called Bifrost. Arranged as a continuous unbroken building, the building is split up into a series of different areas that offer a total...