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Scott Tallon Walker

02 February 2011

2010 – The Gibson Hotel, The Point, Dublin

Architects: Scott Tallon Walker The scheme is designed around a major new civic space, Point Square, which is bounded by the shopping and leisure complex, the O2, and the landmark 130metre high tower....

18 January 2011

2000 – Commerzbank, North Wall Quay, Dublin

Architect: Scott Tallon Walker This project involved the design & build of a 190,000 sq. ft. office building in the IFSC, Dublin. This ultra modern office building was constructed on an eleven month...

24 November 2010

Ronnie Tallon receives RIAI lifetime achievement award

Ronnie Tallon, one of the most influential Irish architects of the last century, has been awarded the inaugural James Gandon Medal, a lifetime achievement award, by the Royal Institute of the Architects of...

11 November 2010

Double Stadia win for Populous at 2010 World Architecture Festival

Populous, the Architects of the London 2012 Olympic Stadium, celebrated a double win at the recent World Architecture Festival Awards in Barcelona. Soccer City Stadium, designed by Populous and Boogertman and Partners, won...

16 September 2010

1997 – School of Pharmacy & Genetics, Trinity College Dublin

Architects: Scott Tallon Walker The Pharmacy and Genetics building was part of the “East End” development masterplanned and designed by the practice. This project involved 11,000m2 of complex laboratories built on a tight...

16 September 2010

Bank of Ireland vacating Scott Tallon Walker classic

Moves to downsize the Bank of Ireland have meant the head office on Baggot Street designed by Scott Tallon Walker is now too spacious. Over the last couple of years it has reduced...

30 June 2010

1994 – O’Reilly Hall, University College Dublin, Co. Dublin

Architect: Scott Tallon Walker By the 1990s the need was recognized for an “˜aula maxima’ for University College Dublin as a home for conferring, alumni events and general conference. A lakeside site was...

23 June 2010

2010 – Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Architects: Scott Tallon Walker & Populous Aviva Stadium, previously called the Lansdowne Road Stadium, hosted its first game of international rugby in 1878. The 50,000 seat stadium will be used for international rugby...

09 June 2010

2008 – Spencer Dock PWC, North Wall Quay, Dublin

Architect: Scott Tallon Walker The building is planned on a north south axis, comprising a seven storey north block and an eight storey south block. The north block is designed in a u-shape,...