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Irish Architecture Awards

24 June 2014

Irish Architecture Awards 2014 announced

Clonakilty 400, Urban Design Masterplan, designed by architect Giulia Vallone from Cork County Council, Architects, has won the Public Choice Award at the 2014 Irish Architecture Awards held in Dublin this evening. The...

21 June 2012

RIAI Awards 2012 announced

The winners of the RIAI Architecture Awards for 2012 have been announced today at the Wood Quay Venue. Best Conservation/Restoration Project goes to OPW and their work on Monaghan Courthouse Best Educational Building...

12 July 2011

Irish Architecture Awards 2011 announced

The RIAI has announced the winners of the Irish Architecture Awards 2011. Aviva Stadium by Scott Tallon Walker & Populous picked up an award in two categories while other well-known winners included the...

11 July 2011

RIAI Public Choice Award won by Limerick Milk Market

The RIAI Public Choice Award 2011 has been won by Limerick Milk Market. Located at the heart of Limerick City, the Milk Market has existed since the 1840’s and was restored as an...

23 June 2011

AAI Awards 26 – results announced

The following are the results of the Architectural Association of Ireland’s AAI Awards 2011 – the 26th in this series of annual awards for excellence in architectural design – which were adjudicated on...

03 November 2010

Dublin’s Opus wins

Three of the past year’s major Dublin commercial and civic projects have picked up Opus awards in the over €20 million category: the Aviva stadium at Lansdowne Road, the Criminal Courts of Justice...

22 June 2010

Criminal Courts of Justice wins public favour

The new criminal courts complex in Dublin has found favour with the Irish public. The complex next to the Phoenix Park, which was opened by President Mary McAleese in January, won the Public...

08 June 2010

The future is bright

The Courts of Justice and a building at Sandford Park School in Dublin and the Westmeath County offices and library are among the high-profile buildings on the 55-strong shortlist for the RIAI (Royal...

03 June 2010

RSUA 2010 Awards announced

The architect of a house on the shores of Strangford Lough has won the biggest prize at a recent ceremony honouring the work of Northern Ireland’s architects. Neil Darby received the Liam McCormick...

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