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Irish Architecture News

28 February 2014

Docomomo Ireland – ‘Rank’s Silo in the 21st Century’ Competition

DoCoMoMo Ireland presents ‘Rank’s Silo in the 21st Century’ an open design competition to develop ideas for what this building might become. The architectural ideas competition seeks to generate discussion among designers and...

27 February 2014

Drawn Monaghan 2014 – architectural season of events

Buildings are thought, drawn and made. Some evolve gradually over time and others arrive with great flourish and prominence. Monaghan boasts a variety of quality buildings, ranging from quiet understated farmhouses, byres and...

24 February 2014

New Cultural and Heritage Centre at Bank of Ireland, College Green

A new partnership between the State and the Bank of Ireland will result in the creation of a new Cultural and Heritage Centre at the former Parliament in College Green. Bank of Ireland...

06 February 2014

Newenham Mulligan & Associates / Grimshaw Architects to redesign the Curragh Racecourse

A consortium of two architect firms, international practice Grimshaw Architects and Limerick based Newenham Mulligan has won the international Architectural Competition to produce a concept design for the redevelopment of the Curragh Racecourse....

30 January 2014

ICOMOS launches key international conference: ‘Living with the Past’, Dublin 8-9th May

Most Governments in the developed World signed up to the Kyoto Protocol and agreed to reduce their Energy Consumption and CO² emissions by 20% by 2020 based on 1990 levels. The majority of...

28 January 2014

Grafton Architects & Kingston University unveils initial plans for new building

Kingston University has officially appointed Grafton Architects to design the proposed new building following a RIBA competition. The adjudication panel unanimously agreed that Grafton’s proposal would give the University the building it needs...

28 January 2014

Winners of 1916 Centenary Chapel Announced

The RIAI recently administered a competition on behalf of Glasnevin Cementary. Glasnevin Trust wished to develop a 1916 Centenary Chapel to commemorate, in particular the 232 people who died during the 1916 Rising...

16 January 2014

Heritage Council Proposes Living Town Tax Incentive Scheme

The Heritage Council is proposing a Living Towns tax incentive scheme to encourage investment in protecting and enhancing heritage buildings. The Council is concerned that, with the collapse of public funds available for...

07 January 2014

Populous wins planning for new Casement Park stadium in Belfast

Located on a 12 acre site on the Andersonstown Road in the west of Belfast, Casement Park is one of the largest stadia in Ulster (at 32,500 seat capacity), hosting football and hurling...