Absorbing Modernity

A discussion of the Irish and British Pavilions at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale Chaired by Shane O’Toole Gary Boyd and John McLaughlin, Co-Commissioners/Curators of the Irish Pavilion, join Alastair Donald, Project Director of the British Pavilion, to discuss modernity and the … Continue reading

2ha Issue 09 Out Now

2ha’s ninth issue has been released and what a beauty it is. 2ha is a printed magazine, edited by one of our friends Michael Hayes, that looks to suburbia and architecture to fill its pages. In each issue architects, artists … Continue reading

I will Arise and Go Now, and Go to Innisfree

In January of this year, a competition was opened to architectural interpretations of WB Yeats’ poem ‘The Lake isle of Innisfree’. On the 19 March, the panel of judges arose and went to the lake Isle of Innisfree to choose … Continue reading

O’Donnell Tuomey Awarded Academy of Arts and Letters Award

The American Academy of Arts and Letters has announced the recipients of its 2015 architecture awards and O’Donnell + Tuomey are among the winners. Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey have been awarded the $20,000 Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize, which is awarded … Continue reading

Go On The Dublin 1

Quite often Dublin 1 is overlooked for the southside of the city. But there’s loads happening all over the less monied postcode . The D1 arts community have come together to make the rest of Dublin aware of the great … Continue reading

Irish Georgian Society Conservation Grants

The Irish Georgian Society, through the support of its London Chapter, has launched a new Conservation Grants Scheme to provide financial assistance for works to structures of significant architectural merit. The scheme will operate over a four year period with … Continue reading

Consult an Architect and Help the Homeless

Have a burning question for an architect? Want to get advice on your home improvements without forking out big bucks? The Royal Institute or Architects Ireland and the Simon Communities of Ireland have organised the Simon Open Door again this year. On Saturday 9 and … Continue reading

Design Your Weekend

It’s nearly the weekend and the sun is shining(ish)! We’ve got that Friday feeling here at IAF and are planning our weekend. If like us you’re a culture and design nerd here’s a quick round up of interesting things happening … Continue reading

Rethinking O’Connell Street

David Norris was recently filmed by The Irish Times on a walk around Dublin’s north inner city. He lives on North Great George’s Street and laments the decline in the area with many derelict and vacant Georgian buildings. He talks … Continue reading

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