cork new architecture

cork new architecture

Postby Paul Clerkin » Fri Apr 23, 2004 4:09 pm

Administration building, Student Center, Institute Technology, Cork
24 Apr 2004

Project name: Administration building, Student Center, Institute of Technology, Cork
Address: Cork Institute of Technology, Rossa Avenue, Bishopstown, Cork.
Meeting point: John F. Supple site Entrance @ 14.30 (blue and yellow hoarding) to rear of Library / I.T. Building. Please note that there is no parking on the road outside the site entrance.

Practice: De Blacam & Meagher Architects
Description: Student Centre, Administration Centre and Tourism & Catering Studies Building

Brief description of project: "The Student Centre, Administration Centre and Tourism & Catering Studies Building constitute the new North Campus Development of the Cork Institute of Technology. All three buildings are arranged around a circular landscaped courtyard. This front circle creates a new formal entrance to the college which connects back to the older campus via a north south axis. The Student Centre and Administration Building are well advanced with completion due in September 2004. The Tourism and Catering Studies building, under a separate contract, is due for completion in August 2005.

Further information:
http://www.irish-architecture.com/aai/events/data/1082731888.html




Lewis Glucksman Gallery, University College Cork
24 Apr 2004

Project name: Lewis Glucksman Gallery, University College Cork
Address: University College Cork , O'Donovan Road, Cork
Meeting point: Site entrance, O'Donovan road @ 10.45

(Train departs from Dublin Heuston station at 7:10 on Saturday morning, arrives in cork at 10 (€51). Taxies to the university College Cork,western road/ O'donovan road site entrance.)

Practice: O'Donnell + Tuomey Architects
Description: Art gallery and restaurant

Brief description of project: A new art gallery and restaurant is sited on the Main Avenue between the trees in the river meander landscape. Located within the curtilage of the protected structure of the nineteenth century university quadrangle, the new building is a strategic element in the conservation of the landscape setting of the Lower Grounds and its integration with the College Campus

Further information:
http://www.irish-architecture.com/aai/events/data/1082731729.html
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Postby lexington » Sat May 29, 2004 9:18 pm

I think there are a few interesting projects in development around Cork at the moment -

The UCC Environmental Research Institute on the Lee Road is a noteworthy example by Bucholz McEvoy Architects; although I do believe its location is unsuitable.

Patrick A. Cashman's design on 21 Lavitts Quay is innovative and has a strong presence - hopefully the outcome will be as pretty as those striking computer generated images - such as that available on the auctioneer's website http://www.cdacork.com under Commercial Property.
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