One of the lovely things about summer is getting to see art in the outdoors, without freezing your faculties off in the process. Just outside C(...)

Sandycove is a lovely spot. The prices here seem only to go up; but its appeal is apparent with a village feel similiar to that of Ranelagh, and th(...)

“The kitchen will be the hardest thing to say goodbye to,” says the owner of The Lodge on Killiney Hill Road. I’m a little distracted by the indust(...)

Is Myrtle Lodge a top-notch equestrian centre with a very nice house attached or is it a pretty Victorian lodge that happens to have plenty of room(...)

It’s an insider insight that architects’ homes are never finished, but 89 Anglesea Road is an exception to the rule. Even though the architect owne(...)

Deliberately provocative? A Catholic church that has been transformed into a mosque for the Venice Biennale by artist Christoph Buchel. Photograph: Casey Kelbaugh/The New York Times

Pickled sheep; blocks of turf; sculptures made from human blood: art can be many things. At this year’s Venice Biennale, Swiss artist Christoph(...)

Templecarrig is the kind of house that is hard to let go of. The current family have been living here for two generations. Further back, the 14th E(...)

‘The first thing we did was have picnics and plant trees,” says Rhona Roe. We’re standing in the generous stone-flagged hallway of Bishop’s Vale House(...)

Sandymount’s Park Avenue is one of those lovely roads of mature trees and age-mellowed period houses that make you imagine the people who live ther(...)

“Tom de Paor is a genius,” says David O’Donoghue. “Working with him was a rollercoaster. You know, they say you meet your architect and you lov(...)