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Irish Architecture News

26 August 2015

Wicklow’s Heritage Buildings Show 2015

The Irish Georgian Society & Wicklow County Council, in association with the Office of Public Works, present Wicklow’s Heritage Buildings Show 2015: a weekend of Traditional Building Skills Demonstrations & Conservation Talks for...

18 August 2015

“Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect” documentary for 2016

A London-based documentary maker Wavelength Pictures, is producing a documentary on the Irish-born and educated, architect Kevin Roche, “Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect”. Development funding has been acquired from the Irish Film Board...

16 July 2015

Call for Expressions of Interest for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale

Do you have a compelling proposal for Ireland’s exhibition at the world’s leading architecture event? If so, the Arts Council and Culture Ireland are now seeking expressions of interest from an architect, architectural...

16 July 2015

Heneghan Peng’s University of Greenwich makes Stirling shortlist

The shortlist for the prestigious 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building, now in its 20th year, has been announced. The six shortlisted buildings will now go head-to-head for architecture’s...

26 May 2015

Townley Hall Open Day – the work of Francis Johnston

The one day symposium, June 7 2015, is an exploration of the architectural and social history of Townley Hall and aspects of the work of its architect, Francis Johnston (1760 to 1829). The...

21 May 2015

IGS & UAHS Summer School – Historic Buildings of Armagh & Monaghan

The Irish Georgian Society and the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society are coming together for the first time to provide a cross-border summer school in Armagh and Monaghan called ‘Conservation without Frontiers: Historic Buildings...

20 May 2015

O’Donnell & Tuomey / Allies & Morrison win Stratford Waterfront competition

A team including O’Donnell & Tuomey have been appointed to the Stratford Waterfront scheme, a key part of Olympicopolis in east London. The Irish architects are in a team with Allies & Morrison,...

19 May 2015

DoCoMoMo Ireland Dissertation Prize

The annual DoCoMoMo Ireland prize is open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students registered on the island of Ireland in the field of architecture, art history and design and aims to encourage research...

19 May 2015

Irish Arts Review appeal to stop Russborough art sale

Five masterpieces, including two Rubens, were left in trust for the benefit of the Irish people by Sir Alfred and Lady Beit. Please join the Irish Arts Review Appeal to the Trustees of...

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