1883 – Runkerry House, Portballintrae, Co. Antrim

Architect: Samuel P. Close

A house in Scottish Baronial style for Edward Macnaghten, a landmark Victorian-era manor overlooking the ocean near the Giant’s Causeway.

1890 – Shenick Lodge, Skerries, Co. Dublin

Architect: J. Howard Pentland

New house commissioned by Pentland’s college friend T.S.F. Battersby ‘soon after’ his marriage in 1883.

1971 – Paul & Vincent Silos, Green Street East, Dublin

Architect: Thomas Garland & Partners

Sculptural concrete silos for Paul & Vincent, Green Street East in Dublin’s docklands. Constructed by G.

1965 – Royal Insurance Group, College Green, Dublin

Architect: A.J. Purcell & Associates

Built on the site of the Liverpool, London & Globe Insurance Co., which Royal Insurance had taken over in 1919.

1971 – Extension to Royal Marine Hotel, Dún Laoghaire

Architect: Robert Creedon

This extension to the 1865 Victorian hotel was constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1970-1971.

1959 – Insurance Corporation of Ireland, Dame Street, Dublin

Architects: Downes, Meehan & Robson

New modern facade placed on four existing buildings including their own 1936 head office designed by Vincent Downes.

1899 – Campbell College, Belfast

Architect: W.H. Lynn

Founded in 1894 with a bequest by Henry James Campbell, who made his fortune in the linen trade,

1817 – Market House, Kildare, Co. Kildare

Believed to have been built to replace an earlier and similar structure, as John Rocque’s map of 1757 shows a market house in the same location.

1822 – Court House, Caledon, Co. Tyrone

Architect: William Murray

Described in Ordnance Survey of 1833 as “The courthouse is a neat and substantial building, it was erected for the purpose for which it is used,

1968 – Urban Motorway Proposal, Cork

Architect: Patrick F. McCarthy, B.K.S Consultative Technical Services

In July, 1963, City Corporation advertised for a traffic consultant to survey and present plans for parking,