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12 March 2009

1867 – Shelbourne Hotel, St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin

Architect: John McCurdy Stands on the site of Shelbourne House, the Shelbourne Hotel was established in 1824 by a Tipperary man, Martin Burke, whose ambition was to open a hotel in Dublin that...

06 March 2009

2008 – York Street Social Housing, Dublin

Architect: Seán Harrington Architects Working closely with Dublin City Council and the local community, Seán Harrington Architects have designed 66 apartments, a community centre and a retail unit in York Street in Dublin...

01 March 2009

1842 – Central Infants Model School, Marlborough Street, Dublin

Architect: Jacob Owen Small classical pavilion built between the two more substantial buildings of the Department of Education – the former Tyrone House and its later duplicate. Destroyed by fire in 1982 and...

19 July 2008

1930 – Kodak House, Rathmines, Dublin

Architect: Donnelly Moore & Keatinge Kodak House is one of two listed art Deco buildings in Dublin. Designed by Donnelly, Moore and Keatinge, completed in 1930, with later modifications by William Sedgewick Keatinge...

07 May 2008

19th C. – Former Schoolhouse, Cuckoo Lane, Dublin

Down a very narrow lane between Georges Hill and Halston Street, this commercial premises may started out as a schoolhouse before being used for sometime as a parish hall for St. Michan’s.

04 May 2008

1851 – St. Michan’s Presbytery, Halston Street, Dublin

Architect: John Bourke A fine presbytery house sited next to its church. Now facing across the public park created on the site of Newgate Gaol. Shame about the nasty uPVC windows that have...

03 May 2008

1877 – Nos. 12-13 Cornmarket, Dublin

Architect: McCurdy & Mitchell Large stone-faced commercial building with a rather grim facade.

03 May 2008

1930 – Dunlop Building, Stephen St., Dublin

A fine building on a gently curving site with Art Deco detailing added as offices to existing factory. The single bay building with bay window marks the entrance to the main factory, which...

26 April 2008

1888 – No.54 Dame Street, Dublin

Architect: Millar & Symes Now rendered, the building was finished in brick and sanstone dressings upon completion. Designed for Kenny & Owens, merchant tailors, this must have been a fine store in its...