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Irish Architecture News

09 May 2013

European Forum for Architectural Policies conference opens

“Shaping the Future – A Forum on Architecture: culture’s contribution to sustainable development” – a conference of the European Forum for Architectural Policies (EFAP), opened today. The purpose of this Conference is to...

08 May 2013

Dublin Civic Trust Summer CPD Courses

Dublin Civic Trust runs a series of courses and seminars each year which provides training and technical skills in the repair and maintenance of historic and traditionally built structures. These courses are rated...

07 May 2013

Arup presents “NEWNOWNEXT”

NEWNOWNEXT, supported by Arup, was launched today to present a series of 12 architectural talks over the next three years, all free to the public, to shine a spotlight on great architecture from...

30 April 2013

Donate and support the Irish Architectural Archive

A letter from Michael Webb, Chairman of the Irish Architectural Archive. For nearly 40 years the Irish Architectural Archive, Ireland’s buildings record, has been collecting and preserving material of every kind relating to...

08 April 2013

RIAI welcomes Building Control (Amendment) Regulations

The RIAI has welcomed Building Control (Amendment) Regulations but says more needs to be done for consumer and to ensure building standards. The RIAI has welcomed the newly amended Building Control Regulations which...

05 April 2013

Central Bank in the 21st Century Competition Results

“The purpose of the competition is to create a body of ideas about how the Central Bank building might approach its next phase of life… to re-imagine the building and its immediate surrounding...

27 March 2013

Local history society celebrating Sir Edward Lovett Pearce

Edward Lovett Pearce (1699-1733) is regarded as Ireland’s foremost neo-Palladian architect. His best-known buildings include Parliament House in College Green, Dublin, now the Bank of Ireland,and the Obelisk and Grotto both of which...

07 March 2013

Public lecture to examine influence of UL campus

A free public lecture focussing on the University of Limerick and the contribution of its buildings to local and national architecture will be held on Tuesday, March 12 at 8 pm. The event,...

18 February 2013

DCC Statement on Cork Hill Carbuncle

The full text of a statement from Dublin City Council: “A temporary traffic management structure has been erected adjacent to City Hall at the junction of Lord Edward Street/ Cork Hill. It has...

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