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

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Archiseek is an Irish architecture website covering interesting and important buildings from the past as well as latest developments and news.–Archiseek

Architects an alphabetical directory of architects, planning consultants and urban designers, working within the construction industry on residential, industrial, commercial, medical, public and urban architecture. – Irish Building Industry

Ireland Archive Noteworthy buildings in Ireland with photos, architects, year of completion and detailed descriptiona, from Medieval times to the present. –Archiseek

Architecture IrelandArchitecture Ireland is the Official Journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland founded in 1839, is the governing body of the profession in Ireland. – Architecture Ireland

The ecclesiastical architecture of Ireland, anterior to the Anglo-Norman invasion comprising an essay on the origin and uses of the round towers of Ireland. The Towers are of Christian and ecclesiastical origin, and were erected at various periods between the fifth and thirteenth centuries. They were designed to answer, at least, a twofold use,
namely, to serve as belfries, and as keeps, or places of strength, in which the sacred utensils, books, relics, and other valuables were deposited, and into which the ecclesiastics, to whom they belonged, could retire for security in cases of sudden predatory attack.–

Architecture of CorkThis guide to the architecture of Cork includes information on both new and old buildings. – Colin Manning

Buildings of Ireland The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage. –Buildings of

Historic Irish Castles A guide to the historic Castles of Ireland. – Ireland’s Eye

Irish Architectural ArchiveThe Irish Architectural Archive was established in 1976 to collect and preserve material of every kind relating to the architecture of the entire island of Ireland, and make it available to the public. –Irish Architectural Archive

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