1825 – Convamore House, Ballyhooly, Co. Cork
Large classical house built on an elevated site overlooking the River Blackwater, constructed for the 1st Earl of Listowel.
1829 – Blackrock Castle, Co. Cork
Blackrock Castle was in the ownership of the City of Cork following a charter of James I to the City in 1608.
1710 – The Red House, Youghal, Co. Cork
Designed by the Dutch architect and builder Leuventhen, it was completed between 1703 and 1710 (dates vary) for the Uniacke family using imported red bricks as the quality of local brick was seen as inferior.
1861 – Post Office, Clonakilty, Co. Cork
Former Presbyterian Church, now converted into a local Post Office. The church was taken over by the department of Post and Telegraphs in 1924.
2011 – Mizen Head Footbridge, Co. Cork
The new Mizen Head Footbridge is a reinforced concrete through-arch structure that spans 50m across a sea gorge (45m above sea level) to connect the island of Cloghán,
1904 – Fastnet Lighthouse, Co. Cork
The second lighthouse on Fastnet Rock was designed by William Douglass and built under the supervision of James Kavanagh.
1900 – Hotel Metropole, Cork
Ornate Victorian hotel with retail units at ground level. The building was largely rebuilt and extended during 1910-11 after a large fire.
1852 – Cork & Bandon Railway Station, Albert Quay, Cork
Railway terminus on Albert Quay for the Cork & Bandon Railway. The railway company changed its name to Cork,
1825 – Design for Fota House, Co. Cork
An unbuilt scheme to enlarge the 18th century house at Fota. Ultimately, the Morrisons did extend the house but in a more restrained classical scheme.