Architecture 2

Università Bocconi | Grafton Architects | 2008 | Milano Photo by Ingrid Berniga Dotras
Università Bocconi Milano| Grafton Architects | 2008

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Buildings of Ireland The NIAH is a section within the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government. The work of the NIAH involves identifying and recording the architectural heritage of Ireland, from 1700 to the present day – Buildings of Ireland : National Inventory of Architectural Heritage

Irish Art DecoMainly art deco architecture, with a little of the international style as built in Ireland. There are lots of photos of some of the remaining art deco buildings and of some buildings that have now vanished. – Art Deco Ireland

Dublin Art DecoA Georgian city in large measure, with many more recent desecrations added to it. Dublin never had many buildings in the art deco style. There are still a few art deco or moderne style buildings here. – Art Deco Ireland

Vitrolite – art deco materialis a patented form of architectural sheet glass introduced during the 1930s. Once reasonably common on certain shop facades, where the smooth, easy to clean, surface made it popular with pharmacies and with food establishments in particular, it has now become very rare in Ireland – Art Deco Ireland

The Dictionary of Irish Architects contains biographical and bibliographical information on architects, builders and craftsmen born or working in Ireland during the period 1720 to 1940, and information on the buildings on which they worked. This biographical index of architects, builders and craftsmen was created and compiled by Ann Martha Rowan of the Irish Architectural Archive. – The Dictionary of Irish Architects

Irish Lighthouses Photographs of Irish lighthouses.John Eagle has been making prints of Irish lighthouses since 1992 John Eagle Photography

Irish Architecture Awards
Awards under various categories given from 1991 until the present. With slide shows.
Irish Architecture Awards

RIAI Triennial Gold Medal
Irish Architecture Gallery RIAI Triennial Gold Medal from 1932
The Irish Architecture Gallery also includes
RIAI Medal for Housing
from 1953.

RIAI Medal for Conservation
from 1977

RIAI Medal for Restoration
from 1976

See you at the Pillar vintage video newsreel film of Dublin from the 1960s. –British Pathé

Dublin Bridges Liffey bridges from Queen Maeve’s Bridge, built in 1764, to Samuel Beckett Bridge, designed by Calatrava and opened in 2009. –Archiseek

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