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Architecture of Fingal

28 January 2010

1973 – St. Fintan’s Church, Sutton, Co. Dublin

Architect: Robinson Keefe Devane Modern catholic church built to cater for the expanding population of the village and area in the 1970s. St Fintans is a stark excample of churches from the period...

06 December 2011

1996 – Fingal County Offices Competition

Architect: Bucholz McEvoy Architects Winning entry in a competition to design civic offices for the newly created administrative region for north Co. Dublin. A two stage competition, the winners were Bucholz McEvoy Architects...

08 February 2009

2002 – Fingal County Hall, Swords, Co. Dublin

Architect: Bucholz McEvoy Architects A new county hall for Fingal County Council in Swords. A symbol of the client’s desire for openness in local government, clear in it’s relationship to the particularities of...

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...

03 May 2010

2009 – Precast House, Howth, Co. Dublin

Architect: FKL Architects Called Precast House, the project comprises three separate volumes emerging from the sloping site – a house, garage and swimming pool. The three buildings are made of polished precast concrete,...

02 February 2011

2009 – Rush Library, Co. Dublin

Architect: McCullough Mulvin Architects The former St Maur’s Church stands on the site of an 18th century chapel but looks irreproachably Victorian, pink surrounds and grey stone walls (once rendered against the wind...

18 January 2011

2010 – Dublin Airport: Terminal 2

Architect: Pascall + Watson With its steel and glass facade, the new terminal makes use of natural light to create a modern and comfortable space for both departing and arriving passengers. The three...

03 May 2011

2010 – OAK bar, Terminal 2, Dublin Airport

Architect: de Paor Architects The landside bar and cafe in the new terminal at Dublin airport is a 84mm oak veneered plywood deformed grid shell as a baldacchino over bar and server. It...