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McCullough Mulvin Architects

06 December 2011

1996 – Fingal County Offices Competition

Architect: McCullough Mulvin Architects Shortlisted entry in a competition to design civic offices for the newly created administrative region for north Co. Dublin. Submitted by McCullough Mulvin Architects, in conjunction with Robinson Keefe...

29 September 2011

Video – Four Irish architects speak at Harvard

The Harvard lecture stop of Irish Architecture Now – Ireland’s first architectural showcase in the US which is part of Imagine Ireland, Culture Ireland’s year of Irish arts in America in 2011. Curated...

17 August 2011

Architects from six leading Irish practices embark on US tour

Architects from six leading contemporary Irish practices will showcase their work and discuss issues concerning architecture at leading U.S. architectural schools and institutions this Autumn as part of Irish Architecture Now – Ireland’s...

06 March 2011

2010 – Dublin Dental Hospital, South Leinster St., Dublin

Architect: McCullough Mulvin Architects The project takes on five contiguous Protected Structures in central Dublin and converts them to new uses for the Dublin Dental Hospital. The approach is a combination of careful...

01 March 2011

2010 – Child and Psychiatric Unit, Cork

Architect: McCullough Mulvin Bessboro House and its demesne has been a therapeutic campus for many years under the auspices of the Sacred Heart Sisters, who still live in the 18th century house. A...

02 February 2011

2010 – Long Room Hub, Trinity College, Dublin

Architect: McCullough Mulvin Architects The building has been designed to accommodate a team working on the digitisation of the treasures of Trinity’s Old Library: a vital component of the plan to open the...

02 February 2011

2009 – Rush Library, Co. Dublin

Architect: McCullough Mulvin Architects The former St Maur’s Church stands on the site of an 18th century chapel but looks irreproachably Victorian, pink surrounds and grey stone walls (once rendered against the wind...

29 November 2010

Trinity gets a new ivory tower

Trinity College Dublin not only has an enviable reputation for maintaining Dublin’s most important collection of historic buildings, but also for commissioning contemporary architecture of the highest quality. Indeed, its brave decision in...

07 August 2010

Hallowed halls

Surrounded by market gardens, Rush is something of a well-kept secret. North of Malahide, it has a seaside village feel, even if most of it seems to ignore the stunning coastline and views...

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