You can just imagine coming home to Kilquade Hill after a busy day at the office: turning off the N11 and letting a sense of calm seep into your an(...)

There’s a sense of past, present and future these days on Orwell Park: period homes and builders vans on what has been, and will be again – once th(...)

Co Kildare is horse country. Backing on to Naas Racecourse, and with views of Punchestown, Kingsfurze House couldn’t be better located. Add to that(...)

From left, Elaine Grainger of Talbot Gallery and Studios; Liz Coman of the Lab Gallery; Sheena Barrett of the Lab; Liz Burns of Fire Station Artists’ Studios; Hilary Murray of ArtBox; and Oonagh Young of Oonagh Young Gallery. Photograph: John Beattie

Monto was once the biggest red-light district in Europe. It was immortalised by James Joyce as “Nighttown” in the “Circe” chapter of Ulysses, and s(...)

Citi service designer Ré Dubhthaigh: “I work within the enterprise bank, which enables the financial operating systems of some of the biggest companies across large parts of the planet”

What exactly is service design? As Ré Dubhthaigh from Citi’s Innovation Lab explains, it’s nothing short of improving the systems that make up our wor(...)

Reached via a winding tree-lined avenue, it was the location that inspired Mitchel Barry to taken on the challenge of restoring Glanmire Rectory, whil(...)

You would expect an artist’s home to be done up with flair, and a certain sense of taste – both stylish and quirky. At Geraldine O’Neil’s house, on (...)

Even in pre-Boom times, and before the Luas arrived to improve connections, sites off Brennanstown Road were highly desirable. The owners of Felici(...)

When it comes to houses along the Irish coastline, it’s easy to trot out clichés along the lines of inspirational views, but in the case of Brett M(...)

Crosthwaite Park is one of those lovely, peaceful squares that are dotted across Dublin like hidden gems. The park was laid out in the mid-1800s by(...)