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Riverchapel House / Robert Bourke Architects

01:00 - 23 May, 2019
Riverchapel House / Robert Bourke Architects, © Ste Murray
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Riverchapel, Ireland
  • Category

  • Lead Architects

    Robert Bourke Architects
  • Collaborators

    (LG Buildings / Website)
  • Area

    17.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2019
  • Photographs

Pivoting, Sliding, Accordion and Curtain Wall: Different Types Of Windows In 11 Buildings

05:30 - 8 April, 2019
Pivoting, Sliding, Accordion and Curtain Wall: Different Types Of Windows In 11 Buildings, MILU / Qatarchitecten. Image © Luc Roymans
MILU / Qatarchitecten. Image © Luc Roymans

Although all windows have common functions such as allowing the passage of light, providing ventilation, and focusing the different views, these objectives can be enhanced through a series of useful options. Depending on the orientation of the building, climatic conditions, direction of the wind, and architectural point of view, each specific window model can make a difference within a project, improving usability and the spatial and environmental quality of each room.

Below, we present types of windows that can be found in today's homes, specifically in 11 projects previously published on our site.

Headquarters 'Le Duff Group' / Ateliers 2/3/4/ | ArchDaily. Image © Juan Sepulveda Villa RR / Reitsema and Partners Architects. Image © Ronald Tilleman Villa X / Barcode Architects. Image © Christian van der Kooy PIVEXIN Technology HQ / MUS Architects. Image © Tomasz Zakrzewski + 36

Morehampton Mews / ODOS architects

06:00 - 17 January, 2019
Morehampton Mews / ODOS architects, © Ste Murray
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Generation Gain / Architectural Farm

03:00 - 8 January, 2019
Generation Gain / Architectural Farm, © Ste Murray
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Ireland
  • Category

  • Engineer

    Cronin & Sutton Consulting
  • Contractor

    McGovern Builders
  • Joinery

    McNally Joinery
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photographs

An Architectural Guide to Dublin: 30 Things to See and Do in Ireland’s Capital

05:30 - 30 October, 2018
An Architectural Guide to Dublin: 30 Things to See and Do in Ireland’s Capital

Dublin is one of the world’s most beloved cities. The Irish capital welcomes over 5.6 million tourists every year from around the world, seeking out the city’s red brick rows, cobblestone streets, and lush green parklands.

Dublin has good reason for being on any architect’s travel list. Modest Georgian tenements, sensitively altered by local architects, stand alongside major civil and public works by some of the world’s most renowned international firms, while warm art nouveau and art deco cafes sit alongside the sleek, modern headquarters of the world’s largest tech firms.

The Stiles Road / Architectural Farm

04:00 - 19 July, 2018
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Haddington Park / Robert Bourke Architects

05:00 - 14 May, 2018
Haddington Park / Robert Bourke Architects, © Ste Murray
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London's Landmark Brutalist "Space House" Is Captured in a Different Light in this Photo Essay

09:30 - 13 May, 2018
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Appreciated within the industry but often maligned by the general public, brutalism came to define post-war architecture in the UK, as well as many countries around the world. In his 1955 article The New Brutalism, Reyner Banham states it must have “1, Formal legibility of plan; 2, clear exhibition of structure, and 3, valuation of materials for their inherent qualities as found.”

One Kemble Street, a 16-story cylindrical office block originally named "Space House" and designed by George Marsh and Richard Seifert, clearly exhibits all of these characteristics, creating a landmark in the heart of London that remains as striking today as it was upon its completion in 1968. Photographing the Grade-II listed building throughout the day, photographer Ste Murray manages to beautifully capture the building’s essence, celebrating its 50 year anniversary while also highlighting the intrigue of its form in a way that suggests parallels to contrasting ideologies.

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The Albany / RKD Architects

13:00 - 28 April, 2018
The Albany / RKD Architects, © Ste Murray
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Blackheath / Architectural Farm

13:00 - 7 October, 2017
Blackheath / Architectural Farm, © Ste Murray
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Prices Lane / ODOS Architects

05:00 - 5 June, 2017
Prices Lane  / ODOS Architects, © Ste Murray
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Commonage Summer School Project 2012 / Cowshed Collective

01:00 - 15 March, 2013
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