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Irish Architecture News

03 September 2013

Open House Dublin 2013 Launched

Jimmy Deenihan TD, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, has launched the programme of the Irish Architecture Foundation’s OPEN HOUSE DUBLIN 2013, which takes place from 4 to 6 October 2013. Over...

15 August 2013

Describing Architecture 2013 Call for Submissions

Describing Architecture is an annual exhibition exploring architectural representation and its role in designing and creating built space. Representation is integral to the architectural design process, yet rarely discussed or exhibited outside of...

13 August 2013

Dublin Squares Conference, September 13 2013

Dublin Civic Trust has announced a major one-day conference assessing the role and significance, past, present and future, of the historic squares of Dublin. Placing a special emphasis on the north Georgian area...

10 August 2013

Dan Stubbergaard speaking in Dublin

Booking has opened for a forthcoming talk by Danish architect Dan Stubbergaard, the fourth in the NEWNOWNEXT free architectural talks series featuring current and next generation architects from across the globe. The talks...

30 July 2013

Libeskind vision for The Maze

In April, the Department of the Environment Northern Ireland approved plans for the Maze Long Kesh Peace building and Conflict Resolution Centre , which was designed by Libeskind in collaboration with Belfast-based firm...

27 July 2013

Temple Bar Umbrellas Win International Architecture Award

The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies has just awarded The International Architecture Award for 2013 to the Rainscreen umbrella project...

22 July 2013

Assistance required – 1957 “églises de france reconstruites”

In 1957 an exhibition of modern French church art and architecture, églises de france reconstruites, was held at Ireland’s National Seminary in Maynooth. The exhibition was organised by Royal Institute of the Architects...

08 July 2013

Pragmatic Pretensions, The Decorative Interiors of the State Apartments

A contested symbol for generations, Dublin Castle has served as chief host to state ceremonies under colonial rule and within the life of the modern Irish state. Little known to the general public,...

14 June 2013

Irish Architectural Archive Temporary Closure

On foot of cutbacks in core grants and the sustained downturn in its traditional private-sector support base – architecture and construction – the Irish Architectural Archive has been experiencing very serious financial difficulties...