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13 January 2016

1906 – School, Church Road, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Architect: Moynan & Gill Small school with adjoining teacher’s residence by Nenagh-based architecture and engineering partnership.

13 January 2016

1892 – Church of the Sacred Heart, Borrisoleigh, Co. Tipperary

Architect: Walter G. Doolin The interior of this small parish church by Doolin has many surviving decorative features in the sanctuary area. It has a richly-decorated interior with gilded work to chancel and...

12 January 2016

1896 – Second Unbuilt Design for Belfast Cathedral

Architect: Sir Thomas Drew In 1896, Sir Thomas Drew produced two designed for a new cathedral for Belfast. The first one, a gothic revival church was shelved due to cost. A second design,...

12 January 2016

1896 – Unbuilt Design for Belfast Cathedral

Architect: Sir Thomas Drew A gothic revival design for St. Ann’s Church of Ireland Cathedral in Belfast by Sir Thomas Drew. Drew also produced a second design with a more Romanesque appearance which...

12 January 2016

1905 – Castle Buildings, Castle Place, Belfast

Architect: Blackwood & Jury Built in 1905 for C. McCullagh and Co, silk mercers and milliners; and extended in a similar style in 1907. Castle Buildings is possibly one of the last buildings...

12 January 2016

1906 – Mayfair Building, Nos. 5-11 Arthur Square, Belfast

Architect: Blackwood & Jury A fine four storey red brick building with sandstone detailing including banded quoins and an interesting corner treatment. Constructed as a commercial building, with office accommodation on the upper...

12 January 2016

1840 – Gywn’s Institution, Brooke Park, Derry

Architect: Samuel Jackman John Gwyn was a local businessman, who was born near Muff in County Donegal in 1754. He later moved to Derry with his mother and began a grocery business in...

12 January 2016

1966 – Rossville Flats, Derry

Architect: Northern Ireland Housing Trust / Northern Ireland Housing Executive Designed by the Londonderry Development Commission and later refurbished by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive in the early 1980s. Constructed as part of...

06 January 2016

1899 – Ormond Hall, Ormond Quay Upper, Dublin

Architect: William M. Mitchell Constructed as a hall for Ormond Quay Presbyterian church for meetings and Sunday School. “It stands on the site of some very old houses, and considerable difficulty was experienced...