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Irish Architecture News

30 December 2013

Moscow’s National Centre for Contemporary Art won by Heneghan Peng

Dublin-based Heneghan Peng Architects have won an international competition to build Moscow’s National Centre for Contemporary Art. The firm was selected from a shortlist of three that included Moscow’s MEL Space and Madrid’s...

18 December 2013

Minister Deenihan launches new €5 million Built Heritage Jobs Leverage Scheme

The Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Mr Jimmy Deenihan TD, has launched a new fund of €5 million – the Built Heritage Jobs Leverage Scheme – for the repair and conservation...

16 December 2013

Heneghan Peng shortlisted for Moscow art museum

The Irish practice Heneghan Peng are one of three firms shortlisted to build the National Centre for Contemporary Art in Moscow. Spanish firm Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos and MEL from Moscow were also shortlisted....

18 October 2013

Eileen Gray Sunday Lecture Series

Join curator Jennifer Goff, at the National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History for a series of talks exploring the life and work of Irish architect and designer Eileen Gray. Talks...

12 October 2013

Traces of Peter Rice

The Office of Public Works presents Traces of Peter Rice, an exhibition showcasing the work of the world-renowned Dublin-born engineer, Peter Rice (1935-1992), which is on view at Farmleigh Gallery until 22 December...

11 October 2013

Harland & Wolff drawing offices to be restored

A £5m grant from a new Heritage Lottery Fund programme will be used for the regeneration of the Harland and Wolff headquarters building and drawing offices in Belfast. The building on Queen’s Island...

11 October 2013

ESB to demolish Fitzwilliam Street building

The ESB has announced proposals to redevelop its new headquarters on Fitzwilliam Street, with a view to seeking planning permission in spring next year. The company said that the building, parts of which...

07 October 2013

Two Irish firms shortlisted for LSE’s Global Centre for Social Sciences

Two Irish practices, Grafton Architects and heneghan peng, are among those shortlisted for the LSE’s next major building project, the £90m Global Centre for Social Sciences (GCSS). This international competition, run in conjunction...

30 September 2013

An Taisce’s Top Ten Buildings at Risk

An Taisce has created a list of what it considers to be the most significant Buildings at Risk in Ireland. Amongst the criteria used to form the list: significance including interiors with important...