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21 June 2012

RIAI Awards 2012 announced

The winners of the RIAI Architecture Awards for 2012 have been announced today at the Wood Quay Venue. Best Conservation/Restoration Project goes to OPW and their work on Monaghan Courthouse Best Educational Building...

21 June 2012

Irish architects winners in RIBA Awards 2012

Two buildings in the Republic of Ireland have emerged as winners in the EU Category of the RIBA Awards 2012. Scott Tallon Walker won for their renovations at the former Carroll’s Factory in...

20 June 2012

‘Lost Post’ by Maire Crean

A new book on Irish Post Offices has just been launched. Written by Maire Crean, it was officially launched on June 18th by historian Thomas Packenham in DIT Bolton Street. “How often do...

19 June 2012

Donal Colfer Architects makes Wallpaper Architects Directory 2012

Donal Colfer Architects have been included in Wallpaper Magazine’s ‘Architects Directory 2012′ (published June 14th) which features 20 of the world’s best young architectural practices. The small studio (director Donal Colfer has only...

18 June 2012

Public consultation opens on Local Area Plans – Guidelines for Planning Authorities

After a 6 week consultation process ending on 27th July 2012, a final version of the Guidelines will be prepared for publication under Section 28 of the Planning and Development Act 2000 later...

18 June 2012

Architectural Graduate Training Scheme 2012

The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland and the Department of Education and Skills (DES) are inviting applications for the Architectural Graduate Training Scheme. The Training Scheme is designed for recent graduates,...

13 June 2012

My Top 5 Losses – Ciarán Cuffe

Archiseek invited various people involved or interested in the fields of architecture or heritage to nominate their top five losses and why. This week, architect and former Minister of State for Planning, Ciarán...

09 June 2012

Ciaran O’Connor appointed new State Architect

The Government has appointed Ciaran O’Connor, FRIAI, as the new State Architect/Principal Architect in the Office of Public Works. O’Connor succeeds Patrick Cooney, who retired from this role in February 2012. A graduate...

28 May 2012

Fundraising campaign for new Jewish Museum expansion

A fundraising campaign to fund an expansion of the Irish Jewish Museum is underway. The museum at Walworth Road, in Dublin, has plans drawn up by an Office of Public Works design team...


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