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Irish Architecture Awards

27 April 2010

Building on the future

Are we seeing too much “architects’ architecture”? This question was posed by the architect and influential critic, Charles Jencks, who has done more than most to validate postmodernism, in his reflections on this...

22 April 2010

O’Donnell + Tuomey do it again

The supreme award of the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) – its Downes Medal – has been won yet again by O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects, who have won more awards than any others...

26 November 2009

Creating a sense of place is the key for landscape architects

The serene and dignified Omagh Bomb Memorial has picked up one of this year’s Irish Landscape Institute awards, in the public realm category. Five other main prizes were given to three projects, as...

17 November 2009

2009 Irish Landscape Institute Awards

The winners of the 2009 Irish Landscape Institute Awards were announced last week at City Hall, with Minister John Gormley in attendance. The ILI awards celebrate excellence in design of the Public Realm,...

04 November 2009

Opus Awards: design is good for the bottom line

Buildings that fit well into their surroundings and have made the most of awkward sites dominate those which have won awards this year in the 10th annual Opus Architecture and Construction Awards. Each...

22 June 2009

Limerick’s Thomond Park wins architecture award

The Limerick architects who designed Thomond Park have scooped a prestigious Irish architecture award this morning. The redeveloped stadium designed by Murray O’Laoire Architects was announced live on RTE’s Morning Ireland radio programme...

17 June 2009

RIAI unveils 35 projects shortlisted for Irish Architecture Awards

Wexford Opera House, Thomond Park in Limerick and two ground-breaking social housing schemes in Dublin’s inner city are among the 35 projects shortlisted for this year’s Irish Architecture Awards. Announced yesterday by the...

04 April 2009

The last hurrah: awards celebrate Irish architecture

Never before in the 24 years of the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) Awards have so many architects received recognition – and for such diverse projects, ranging from Bocconi University’s awe-inspiring Faculty Building...

24 June 2008

Public picks Donegal home for top architecture award

A private house overlooking Lough Swilly in Co Donegal is the first winner of a major Irish architectural award to be voted on by the public. Tuath na Mara won the first Public...

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