1854 – Lansdowne Flax Mill / Cleeve’s, Limerick

Constructed as the Lansdowne Spinning and Weaving factory between 1851-54 for John Norris Russell. The buildings cost in the region of £80,000 and were designed to employ 6,000 workers.

1930s – Unbuilt Transporter Bridge, Dublin

Engineer: Joseph Mallagh

A proposal by Joseph Mallagh, Engineer to the Dublin Port and Docks Board. His work included the reconstruction of Alexandra Quay (1921-31) and the rebuilding of Butt Bridge (1929-32).

2008 – Unbuilt Proposal for Markets Area, Dublin

Architect: HKR Architects, Make Architects and Gehl Architects

A collaborative design team formed by HKR Architects, Make Architects and Gehl Architects were selected to redesign and redevelop Dublin’s City Markets.

1880s – Design for Hotel, South Mall, Cork.

Architect: Sir T.N. Deane & Son

Illustration for building described as Sutton House and also as a “design for a hotel”,

1967 – Gardner House, South Mall, Cork

Architect: Frank Murphy

Designed as Cork’s first purpose built office block and originally known as Sutton House, as it was constructed on the site of Sutton’s merchants which burned down in 1963.

1967 – Former Thompsons Bakery, MacCurtain Street, Cork

Architect: Frank Murphy

As the Thompson family expanded their thriving bakery business in the 1960s, they chose to make a bold architectural statement as they dedicated the western portion of the building to the production of their swiss roll.

1871 – Corporation Gas Showroom, Queen Street, Belfast

Architect: William Hastings

Standing beside the former Children’s Hospital and equally derelict today, but in this photo from the 1930s,

1964 – General Accident Insurance, South Mall, Cork

Architect: Frank Murphy

Restrained piece of infill on South Mall.

1949 – Jennings Soda Water Factory, Watercourse Road, Cork

Architect: Frank Murphy

Former factory built for the Jennings family who moved their factory from Browne Street in the city centre.

1947 – The Submarine Bar, Crumlin, Dublin

Architect: T.P. Kennedy and Dermot O’Toole

Opened as Mills, later known as The Submarine Bar. Originally the structure included accommodation for the publican.