1877 – Design for de Vesci Memorial, Abbeyleix, Co. Laois
The second placed entry in a competition for a memorial for Thomas, Third Viscount de Vesci.
1897 – Design for Bloomfield Presbyterian Church, Belfast
Unbuilt design for Bloomfield Presbyterian Church on Beersbridge Rd. Although a church was constructed and in use today,
1898 – All Saints Church, University Street, Belfast
Constructed for the Church of Ireland, and built in several stages. Never completed however as the fine tower and spire was abandoned.
1900 – Mater Infirmorum Hospital, Crumlin Rd., Belfast
The Mater Infirmorum (Mother of the Sick) Hospital was founded by the Sisters of Mercy but has always treated patients without regard to class or creed.
2015 – 5CUBE Energy Pavilion, Hanover Quay, Dublin
The result of a competition run by ACE For Energy – an EU-funded body promoting the uptake of renewable energy.
1922 – Belfast Co-operative Society, York St., Belfast
Constructed in three stages between 1911-22, and later part of a complex, that included the 1930s Orpheus Building,
1885 – St. Patrick’s Church, Coleraine, Co. Derry
An earlier church, heavily remodeled in 1883-85 to designs by Sir Thomas Drew. His alterations included a new tower,
1768 – Hunting Lodge, Roxborough, Co. Tyrone
Un-executed design for the Earl of Charlemont for a hunting lodge on his Co, Tyrone estates.
1890s – Underground Toilets, Waterloo Place, Derry
Proposal for new underground public toilets at Waterloo Place for Londonderry Corporation. Prior to the pedestrianisation of Waterloo Place and the Guildhall Square,
1961 – Koralek’s winning design for Trinity College library
The winning design, No.123, in the architectural competition to design a new library for Trinity College Dublin.