Irish Architecture 2000 : RIAI Regional Awards
June 28, 2000 at 4:09 pm #704833AnonymousParticipant
Any reaction to the RIAI Regional Awards including
City Architect Dept Cork – Infill Housing Scheme, Barrack Street, Cork.
Grafton Architects – 2 – Celbridge community school; Our Lady’s Secondary School, Castleblayney.
Arthur Gibney & Partners – 2 – Bookend Office Block, Dublin; Clonmantagh Castle, Kilkenny.
Brian Hogan Architects – 2 – South Eastern Health Boards Community Care Headquarters, Waterford; Social Housing for NABCO, Townsend Street, Dublin
McGarry Ni Eanaigh – Smithfield
Howley Harrington Architects – new millennium bridge
Douglas Wallace – Morrison Hotel
and many more!
June 29, 2000 at 1:07 pm #714573JasParticipant
I think Smithfield is an overhyped disaster, and the more I see of it, the more I thin k it is wrong.
June 29, 2000 at 1:32 pm #714574Paul ClerkinKeymaster
Dublin Under 100,000 IRP
Warehouse Conversion, Green Street East, Dublin 2 – NBK Designs Ltd.
Garage Cobersion, Dun Laoghaire – Box Architecture
Milkbar, Montague Street, Dublin 2 – O’Doinnell + Tuomey Architects
Domestic Extension, propry Ave, Stillorgan – Duffy Michell Architects
Dublin Over 100,000 IRP
NABCO Social Housing, Townsend Street, Dublin 2 – Brian Hogan Architects
Mews, Reaglan Lane, Dublin 4 – P + A Lavin Associates
No1 Castle Street, Dublin 2, De Blacam and Meagher Architects
Morrison Hotel, Ormond Quay – Douglas Wallace Architects
Dublin Over 1 million IRP
The Bookend, Essex Quay – Arthur Gibney & Partners
Millenium Bridge – Howley Harrington Architects
Smithfield – McGarry NiEanaigh
Eastern Over 100,000 IRP
Coill Dubh Credit Union, Co. Kildare – Hassett Ducatez Architects
Clomantagh Castle Restoration, Co. Kilkenny – Arthur Gibney & Partners
St Mary’s Oratory, Maynooth, Co. Kildare – Richard Hurley & Associates
Eastern Over 1 million IRP
Community Care Headquarters, Waterford – Brian Hogan Architects
Baltinglass Courthouse & Heritage Centre, Co. Wicklow – Newenhan Mulligan & Associates
Celbridge Community School, Co. Kildare – Grafton Architects
Western Over 1 million IRP
No.2 Pery Square Restoration, Limerick – John Thompson + Partners
Northern Over 1 million IRP
Our Lady’s Secondary School, Castleblaney, Co. Monaghan – Grafton Architects
Southern under 100,000 IRP
Van, National Sculpture Factory, Cork – De Paor Architects
Southern over 100,000 IRP
Infill Housing, Barrack Street, Cork – Neil Hegarty, City Architect
June 29, 2000 at 4:16 pm #714575MGParticipant
Is it just me that thinks that awards for developmenst under 100,000 are so much more worthwhile? encouraging people to hire architects no matter how small the job and be bold about the design?
June 30, 2000 at 12:59 pm #714576JasParticipant
why is this information not on the RIAI site yet?
July 11, 2000 at 3:26 pm #714577studqubParticipant
There is the issue of offices being too busy to submit details of their work, and consequently not get mentioned in either set of awards.
A number of buildings of merit have failed to be recognised over the last few years and I wonder if there is a way of involving the public or the end-user in the judgement of these awards.
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