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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...

19 May 2015

AIARG Call for Sessions for Cork 2016

Proposals for sessions are being sought for the fifth annual AIARG conference to be held in Cork on 29 to 30 January 2016. The Cork Centre for Architectural Education is hosting the conference...

18 May 2015

NEWNOWNEXT Agents for Change 2015

The latest Arup sponsored installment of NEWNOWNEXT, entitled Agents for Change 2015, has been announced. This is the third year of the series, with leading architects coming to Dublin to discuss innovative ideas...

17 May 2015

2015 Annual AAI Awards exhibition opens this week

The 2015 Annual AAI Awards exhibition, opens on Thursday 21st May from 6pm – 8pm, in the City Assembly Rooms, 58 South William Street. The exhibition will be open to the public for...

12 May 2015

1889 – Design for Shah Jahan Mosque, Woking, Surrey

Architect: W.I. Chambers The Shah Jahan Mosque was the first purpose-built mosque in the United Kingdom. Built in Bath and Bargate stone in a indo-saracenic style commissioned by Shah Jahan, Begum of Bhopal...

12 May 2015

1905 – Design for Customs House, San Francisco

Architect: Clinton Day Unsuccessful competition entry in a national design competition for a new custom house. The competition was won by Eames and Young, a St. Louis architectural firm, and the building eventually...

12 May 2015

1914 – C.R. Ashbee’s plans for Dublin

Architect: C.R. Ashbee & G.H. Chettle Plans entered in the Dublin Town Planning Competition of 1914. Highly recommended but the competition was won by Patrick Abercrombie. Conceptualised before the events of 1916 which...

11 May 2015

1923 – John Player Factory, Botanic Rd., Glasnevin, Dublin

Architect: Hepworth & Rayson Former cigarette factory for John Player Ltd., designed by an English architectural partnership of Hepworth & Rayson. Later extended by Ashworth & Smith.


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