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Henry J. Lyons & Partners

15 October 2013

2010 – Competition design for ESB Headquarters, Fitzwilliam St., Dublin

This entry was a joint entry of Gilroy McMahon with Henry J Lyons and Partners in an international architectural competition to replace the ESB headquarters on Fitzwilliam St., in Dublin’s historic Georgian core.The...

06 May 2013

1968 – Former Curzon Cinema, Abbey Street, Dublin

Architect: Henry J. Lyons & Partners Opened as the Curzon Cinema, and later the Lighthouse, the entrance foyer to this cinema was distinctly modern. A converted warehouse, it contained two theatres, and was...

08 February 2011

2008 – Clare County Hall, Ennis, Co. Clare

Architect: Henry J. Lyons & Partners The commission for the new headquarters for Clare County Council was won in a competition in 2004. The site, a long established base for Clare County Council,...

07 July 2010

1974 – College House, Townsend Street, Dublin

Architect: Sir Thomas Bennett / Henry J. Lyons and Partners One of the ugliest buildings to grace the city centre of Dublin, College House is a grim concrete slab with no redeeming features.

07 July 2010

1972 – Screen Cinema, Townsend Street, Dublin

Architect: Sir Thomas Bennett / Henry J. Lyons & Partners A soulless 1960s cinema that is partially on the site of two of Dublin’s most famous theatres: the massive Theatre Royal and the...

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...

02 April 2010

Three entries for ESB building redesign in final stage

Three groups of architects, comprising mainly Irish practices, have been chosen to go on to the final stage of the competition to redesign the ESB’s headquarters on Lower Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin. The practices...

14 March 2010

1988 – Treasury Building, Grand Canal Street, Dublin

Architect: Henry J. Lyons & Partners The former Boland’s Mill building was stripped back to its concrete framed structure and redeveloped into an office building in the late 1980s by Treasury Holdings. The...

06 March 2010

Building the future of justice

Very few new buildings have been bathed in such publicity as the Criminal Courts of Justice. Night after night, we witnessed Michael Lillis doing the “perp walk” as he left the complex and...

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