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15 March 2009

2008 – Health Sciences Centre, University College Dublin, Co. Dublin

Architect: Murray O’Laoire Architects The Health Sciences Centre at University College Dublin integrates the four schools of the Faculty of Medicine into one collegiate setting. The challenge of the master plan was to...

14 March 2009

1867 – Assembly Rooms, Yarmouth, Norfolk

Architect: H.H. Collins Since 1919, it has been the Great Yarmouth Masonic Lodge.

12 March 2009

1867 – Shelbourne Hotel, St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin

Architect: John McCurdy Stands on the site of Shelbourne House, the Shelbourne Hotel was established in 1824 by a Tipperary man, Martin Burke, whose ambition was to open a hotel in Dublin that...

09 March 2009

1889 – Town Hall, Banba Sq., Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Architect: Robert P. Gill Still extant, but now in use as Nenagh Arts Centre. Constructed as a 3-bay buiulding with fine round-headed doors and windows.

06 March 2009

2008 – York Street Social Housing, Dublin

Architect: Seán Harrington Architects Working closely with Dublin City Council and the local community, Seán Harrington Architects have designed 66 apartments, a community centre and a retail unit in York Street in Dublin...

01 March 2009

1842 – Central Infants Model School, Marlborough Street, Dublin

Architect: Jacob Owen Small classical pavilion built between the two more substantial buildings of the Department of Education – the former Tyrone House and its later duplicate. Destroyed by fire in 1982 and...

20 February 2009

1783 – Robert Adam’s designs for Castle Upton, Co. Antrim

Architect: Robert Adam Designs by Scottish neo-classical architect Robert Adam for a redevelopment of Castle Upton. Adam raised and machiolated the pair of round towers from the original castle and gave them high,...

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...

19 July 2008

1818 – Custom House, Cork

Architect: William Hargrave The first known Custom House in Cork was built in 1724 in Emmet Place and is now part of the Crawford Art Gallery. In 1818 a new Custom House was...