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07 April 2009

Croke Park wins RIAI Gold Medal

The designers of Croke Park Stadium were today awarded the RIAI highest honour given to a building of exceptional merit. President Mary McAleese presented the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland’s (RIAI)...

07 April 2009

“The Fusion of Neo-Classical Principles” conference at National Gallery

This conference “The Fusion of Neo Classical Principles: Scholars, artists, architects, builders and designers in the Neo Classical period” brings together a prestigious multi-disciplinary panel of scholars who combine a range of approaches...

06 April 2009

Submission date for Draft Poolbeg Planning Scheme extended

Following requests from interested parties, the Docklands Authority has extended the date for submissions, comments and questions on the Draft Poolbeg Planning Scheme to 4pm on Friday May 8th. Copies of the Draft...

05 April 2009

Planners veto Treasury’s plans for Spencer Dock hotel

Plans for a €300m 35-storey hotel next to Convention Centre Dublin in Spencer Dock have been turned down by An Bord Pleanála. The Shay Cleary Architect-designed building was to have 440-bedrooms and was...

05 April 2009

1976 – New Technical College, Portadown, Co. Armagh

Architect: Shanks Leighton Kennedy Fitzgerald Constructed in the new planned town of Craigavon in the 1970s, this is a good example of the brutalist architecture of the period.

04 April 2009

The last hurrah: awards celebrate Irish architecture

Never before in the 24 years of the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) Awards have so many architects received recognition – and for such diverse projects, ranging from Bocconi University’s awe-inspiring Faculty Building...

04 April 2009

Proposals recast Dublin and its traffic

The busy traffic route in front of Dublin’s Custom House could be turned into a pedestrian plaza and the city’s quays made a no-parking zone under a new 12-year traffic plan from Dublin...

02 April 2009

Property slump means no U2 tower on the horizon

Dublins landmark U2 tower is farther away than ever from being built following the decline in the property market. The Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) said in October it had suspended “negotiations regarding...

31 March 2009

400 jobs lost in Northern Ireland architects’ practices

An estimated 400 jobs have been lost in architect practices in Northern Ireland over the last 12 months The figure represents 20 per cent of the workforce, with staff either being made redundant...

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