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Irish Architecture News

11 October 2007


¡MANAÑA!, a series of dialogues between Spanish and Irish architects centring on the theme of public architecture takes place this November. Presented by the Cervantes Institute in association with the AAI, this collaboration...

11 October 2007

26-storey tower planned for site in Dublin 8

Manor Park Homebuilders has submitted a planning application for a scaled down version of the “mini-Manhattan” development it was refused permission for last year in Dublin’s Digital Hub in Dublin 8. This time...

10 October 2007

Not just heritage buildings, Open House Dublin shows the best in contemporary work

Following on from its incredibly successful inaugural year, the Irish Architecture Foundation is delighted to announce that the second OPEN HOUSE DUBLIN weekend will take place from Friday October 19th to Sunday October...

09 October 2007

Box Architecture and Hackett & Hall makes YAYA 2007 finals

Two Irish firms, one from Dublin and one from Belfast, have made the list of twenty finalists for YAYA 2007. Box Architecture was created in 1997 in Dublin by David Dwyer and Gary...

08 October 2007

Dublin City Council to develop new vision for Liberties

Dublin City Council today launched a new urban regeneration project for the Liberties area in Dublin’s inner city, to be developed in close consultation with the local community. The City Council will work...

07 October 2007

New Director at HKR

HKR Architects (HKR), is pleased to announce the appointment of John Brophy as Director of HKR. John brings a wealth of architectural experience to HKR’s growing Irish and international practice through his significant...

06 October 2007

Do we have the vision to build a shining new city?

You are probably too young to remember them pulling down the Theatre Royal. People used to go to Hawkins Street to watch the demolition and read the notices that said “positively final week...

06 October 2007

David Keane – Gifted architect and authority on construction law

Because of the illness of David Keane over recent months, the architectural profession in Ireland and, indeed, the entire construction industry, had already experienced the loss of his incisive skills in appraising, advising...

04 October 2007

Northern Ireland houses up for major architecture prize

Two of the four buildings up for a major UK housing award this Saturday are in Northern Ireland, by Belfast-based practices. On the evening that the Stirling Prize is announced, by the RIBA...

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