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2010

04 February 2011

2010 – Glasnevin Trust Museum, Dublin

Architect: A&D Wejchert & Partners Glasnevin Cemetery is run by the Glasnevin Trust, the cemetery first opened in 1834, and from the beginning was completely open to people of all faiths. Very little...

03 February 2011

2010 – Plastic House, Dublin

Architects: Architecture Republic The house is on a terrace whose split-section is native to Georgian Dublin; a grand parlour to the front with smaller rooms to the rear at half-levels one up and...

02 February 2011

2010 – Spencer Dock Bridge, Dublin

Architect: Amanda Levete Architects The 40 metre span bridge with its fluid lines and undulating concrete surface will take trams, traffic and pedestrians across the Royal Canal. The edges of the deck peel...

02 February 2011

2010 – Long Room Hub, Trinity College, Dublin

Architect: McCullough Mulvin Architects The building has been designed to accommodate a team working on the digitisation of the treasures of Trinity’s Old Library: a vital component of the plan to open the...

18 January 2011

2010 – Dublin Airport: Terminal 2

Architect: Pascall + Watson With its steel and glass facade, the new terminal makes use of natural light to create a modern and comfortable space for both departing and arriving passengers. The three...

10 August 2010

2010 – Beekman Tower, New York

Architect: Frank Gehry A 76-story skyscraper currently under construction and designed by Frank Gehry. The Beekman Tower will be one of the tallest buildings in the city when completed and will contain a...

10 August 2010

2010 – 100 11th Avenue, New York

Architect: Jean Nouvel Containing 72 residences, 100 11th stands on the north corner of its intersection, facing Frank Gehry’s headquarters for the IAC/InterActive Corporation across the street and the Chelsea Piers Sports and...

06 July 2010

2010 – Criminal Courts of Justice, Dublin

Architect: Henry J. Lyons & Partners The new criminal courts complex in Dublin, designed by Henry J Lyons Architects, is among the most technologically advanced courts facilities in the world. Situated on the...

23 June 2010

2010 – Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Architects: Scott Tallon Walker & Populous Aviva Stadium, previously called the Lansdowne Road Stadium, hosted its first game of international rugby in 1878. The 50,000 seat stadium will be used for international rugby...