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House on Burrow Beach / Plus Architecture

02:00 - 22 June, 2019
House on Burrow Beach / Plus Architecture, © Mary-Louise Halpenny
© Mary-Louise Halpenny

© Mary-Louise Halpenny © Mary-Louise Halpenny © Mary-Louise Halpenny © Mary-Louise Halpenny + 12

D2 Townhouse / Jake Moulson Architects

03:00 - 18 June, 2019
© Tim Crocker
© Tim Crocker

© Tim Crocker © Tim Crocker © Mitsuko Moulson © Tim Crocker + 75

Tri House / Urban Agency

09:00 - 15 June, 2019
Tri House / Urban Agency, © Paul Tierney Photography
© Paul Tierney Photography

© Paul Tierney Photography © Paul Tierney Photography © Paul Tierney Photography © Paul Tierney Photography + 22

Piano Nobile / Plus Architecture

21:00 - 9 June, 2019
Piano Nobile / Plus Architecture, © Donal Murphy
© Donal Murphy

© Donal Murphy © Donal Murphy © Donal Murphy © Donal Murphy + 14

Confucius Institute at UCD Belfield Campus / Robin Lee Architecture

10:00 - 24 May, 2019
Confucius Institute at UCD Belfield Campus / Robin Lee Architecture, © Donal Murphy
© Donal Murphy

© Donal Murphy © Donal Murphy © Donal Murphy © Donal Murphy + 24

Morehampton Mews / ODOS architects

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

© Ste Murray © Ste Murray © Ste Murray © Ste Murray + 29

A House in a Garden / David Leech Architects

03:00 - 13 December, 2018
A House in a Garden / David Leech Architects, Courtesy of David Leech Architects
Courtesy of David Leech Architects

© David Grandorge © David Grandorge Courtesy of David Leech Architects © David Grandorge + 39

ecoLogicStudio's Bio-Digital Curtain Fights Climate Change by Filtering Air and Creating Bioplastic

11:00 - 9 November, 2018
ecoLogicStudio's Bio-Digital Curtain Fights Climate Change by Filtering Air and Creating Bioplastic, © NAARO
© NAARO

London-based architectural and urban design firm ecoLogicStudio has unveiled a large-scale “urban curtain” designed to fight climate change. “Photo.Synth.Etica” was developed in collaboration with Climate-KIC, the most prominent climate innovation initiative from the European Union, to “accelerate solutions to global climate change.”

Photo.Synth.Etica, currently on display at the Printworks Building in Ireland’s Dublin Castle, captures and stores one kilogram of CO2 per day, the equivalent to that of 20 large trees.

© NAARO © NAARO © NAARO © NAARO + 9

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.

Refurbishment and Extension of the Goethe Institute / Henchion Reuter Architects

05:00 - 13 October, 2018
Refurbishment and Extension of the Goethe Institute / Henchion Reuter Architects, © Fionn McCann Photography
© Fionn McCann Photography

© Fionn McCann Photography © Fionn McCann Photography © Fionn McCann Photography © MAGNAPARTE + 24

St. Augustine Park / Donal Colfer Architects

09:00 - 30 September, 2018
St. Augustine Park / Donal Colfer Architects, © Aisling McCoy
© Aisling McCoy

© Aisling McCoy © Aisling McCoy © Aisling McCoy © Aisling McCoy + 14

Steven Holl Architects Chosen to Design University College Dublin Future Campus

06:00 - 7 August, 2018
Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects
Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects

Steven Holl Architects have been announced as winners of the University College Dublin Future Campus Competition, overcoming 98 total entries, and a shortlist of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, John Ronan Architects, O’Donnell + Tuomey, Studio Libeskind, and UNStudio.

The winning design features seven new quadrangles designed around historic features and woodland, integrating sustainable features such as solar connectors and water retention ponds. The competition sought to express UCD’s creative abilities and strengthen its physical presence and identity, signifying a major educational project for the Irish capital.

Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects + 7

Meeting House Square Rainscreen / Sean Harrington Architects

17:00 - 20 July, 2018
Meeting House Square Rainscreen / Sean Harrington Architects, Courtesy of Sean Harrington Architects
Courtesy of Sean Harrington Architects

Courtesy of Sean Harrington Architects Courtesy of Sean Harrington Architects Courtesy of Sean Harrington Architects Courtesy of Sean Harrington Architects + 14

The Stiles Road / Architectural Farm

04:00 - 19 July, 2018
© Ste Murray
© Ste Murray

© Ste Murray © Ste Murray © Ste Murray © Ste Murray + 35

Steven Holl Architects, Studio Libeskind Among Finalists for University College Dublin's Campus Makeover

12:00 - 30 June, 2018
Steven Holl Architects, Studio Libeskind Among Finalists for University College Dublin's Campus Makeover, Courtesy of John  Ronan  Architects  /  Malcolm  Reading  Consultants
Courtesy of John Ronan Architects / Malcolm Reading Consultants

After receiving 98 entries from teams based in 23 different countries, the jury for University College Dublin’s Future Campus project has selected six proposals for their shortlist, putting each selected firm’s design on display to the public on the project’s website. The finalists include the American firms Steven Holl Architects, Studio Libeskind, Diller Scofidio + Renfro and John Ronan Architects, as well as the Dutch firm UNStudio and Irish architects O’Donnell + Tuomey.

The project will include two major changes to UCD’s Belfield campus, located about 5 km from Dublin’s city center: a major update to the campus’ entry precinct along Stillorgan Road, as well as a new 8,000 square meter Centre for Creative Design, which will house UCD’s design studios.

Haddington Park / Robert Bourke Architects

05:00 - 14 May, 2018
Haddington Park / Robert Bourke Architects, © Ste Murray
© Ste Murray

© Ste Murray © Ste Murray © Ste Murray © Ste Murray + 26

The Albany / RKD Architects

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

© Ste Murray © Ste Murray © Ste Murray © Ste Murray + 25

Canada House Dublin / Powerhouse Company

17:00 - 13 April, 2018
Canada House Dublin / Powerhouse Company, © Kim Zwarts
© Kim Zwarts

© Kim Zwarts © Kim Zwarts © Kim Zwarts © Kim Zwarts + 16