Architecture

Award-winning and innovative buildings by Irish architects

Reimagining architecture

From the Spring 2017 edition: Redevelopment of the former Bank of Ireland building on Baggot Street is currently underway. The complex, designed by Ronnie Tallon of Scott Tallon Walker Architects was constructed in two phases during the 1960s and 1970s. Read More

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Leagues ahead

From the IAR Archive: In his assessment of Fitzgerald Kavanagh and Partners’ award-winning Student Centre at UCD Seán ó Laoire charts the evolution of Ireland’s largest campus since its foundation Read More

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From the ashes

From the IAR Archive: As the restoration of St. Mel’s Cathedral by Fitzgerald Kavanagh + Partners has been announced as the Winner of the Public Choice Award at the 2015 RIAI Irish Architecture Awards, we re-publish here our article on St. Mel’s by Andrew Halpin and Nicola Gordon Bowe Read More

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Taking in the big picture

From the IAR Summer Edition: Overcoming the slow down at home, Irish architects Heneghan Peng, Grafton Architects, O’Donnell+Tuomey amongst others have looked to international competitions, but overseas projects are not without risk, writes John McLaughlin Read More

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