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Arthur Gibney & Partners

01 March 2012

2011 – Wexford County Council Headquarters

Architect: Robin Lee Architecture A modernist pavilion sitting on a limestone plinth atop four broad terraces, the new building forms part of a public-service campus for 3,000 people, which includes the regional hospital...

02 November 2011

1980 – The Roadstone book of House Designs #12

Architect: Arthur Gibney & Partners Published from The Roadstone book of House Designs, produced in 1980. Billed as “A guide to building your own home with 25 new house designs by Reg Chandler,...

04 October 2011

1980 – The Roadstone book of House Designs #6

Architect: Arthur Gibney & Partners Published from The Roadstone book of House Designs, produced in 1980. Billed as “A guide to building your own home with 25 new house designs by Reg Chandler,...

27 September 2011

1980 – The Roadstone book of House Designs #1

Architect: Arthur Gibney & Partners Published from The Roadstone book of House Designs, produced in 1980. Billed as “A guide to building your own home with 25 new house designs by Reg Chandler,...

11 June 2010

1999 – Bookend Building, Essex Quay, Dublin

Architect: Arthur Gibney & Partners The Bookend Building is sited at the end of Essex Quay looking westwards towards the Wood Quay City Council Offices and over a small public space. It is...

18 February 2010

2007 – Dunnes Stores HQ, South Great George’s Street, Dublin

Architect: Arthur Gibney & Partners A large commercial development entailed the removal of a couple of buildings and facade retention of several others including the former Dunlop Factory on Stephen Street, and the...

08 January 2010

2005 – àras Chill Dara, Naas, Co. Kildare

Architect: Heneghan Peng / Arthur Gibney & Partners The first building completed by Heneghan.Peng, who have been successful in many competitions including one to design a new museum at Giza in Egypt. Designed...

24 July 2008

A Phoenix Arisen from the Ashes

Restoration of a Georgian Dublin townhouse is no small undertaking – however when done right, the rewards can be breathtaking. Happily this has been accomplished at 5 South Leinster Street by the Office...