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12 September 2011

Alto Vetro wins RIAI’s Housing Medal

The Alto Vetro building, at Dublin’s Grand Canal Quay, by Shay Cleary Architects has been awarded the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) Housing Medal, the Institute’s premier award for housing....

01 September 2011

RIAI Conference ‘Riding out the Storm – Survival, Renewal and Recovery’

The RIAI has announced its annual conference programme entitled ‘Riding out the Storm – Survival, Renewal and Recovery’ – focused on how architects can adapt to the current crisis, and how the profession...

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...

15 June 2011

RIAI President warns of dangers of below-cost fee tendering

In the latest issue of Architecture Ireland, RIAI President Paul Keogh warns of the dangers of below-cost fee tendering, simply to get the job. He warns that “Irish architects’ competitive advantage in securing...

02 March 2011

7th Annual RIAI Simon Open Door

The RIAI & the Simon Communities of Ireland have again joined forces for the annual fundraising initiative “Simon Open Door” – whereby participating RIAI Members around Ireland will open their offices on Saturday...

09 February 2011

RIAI issue election manifesto – Building a Better Ireland

The RIAI has issued an election manifesto setting out the RIAI’s detailed proposals to the incoming Government for reforming the construction sector. The RIAI feels that there is a window of opportunity: to...

30 January 2011

Audit discovers hundreds of illegal architects

More than 300 people are illegally trading as architects in Ireland, according to a review of the profession. The revelation of malpractice by hundreds of unregistered architects came after the Royal Institute of...

16 December 2010

Killybegs PlaySpace Architectural Design Competition

Donegal County Council Public Art Office in partnership with the RIAI (Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland) are delighted to launch an architectural competition for the design of a Play Space in...