Michelle Morrison leaving the Four Courts after giving evidence in her High Court action against her neighbours. Photograph: Collins Courts

Michelle Morrison has told the High Court that privacy and sea views were important considerations for herself and her husband, singer Van Morrison, w(...)

This teak windowed penthouse designed by de Blacam and Meagher was feted in international architectural journals when it was constructed in 2000. I(...)

The proposed 17-storey Exo building in Dublin’s docklands

Plans for Dublin’s tallest office block, a 73m-tall building at the Point Village at the northside entrance to the city’s docklands, will be lodged t(...)

 The cranes are back and construction around the docklands continues on North Wall Quay.  Photograph: Sara Freund

Last year, with the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) not quite cold in its grave, An Bord Pleanála approved Dublin City Council’s plans f(...)

137 Ivy Exchange, Parnell Street, Dublin 1:  €215,000,  Gunne (Glasnevin)

With risk-free options such as deposit accounts still offering paltry returns, investors are unsurprisingly still actively seeking high-yielding pr(...)

The heart of Dublin was so riddled by urban blight 40 years ago that one former Lord Mayor (the late Jim Mitchell, of Fine Gael) complained that it(...)

John Collison, co-founder of Stripe, speaking    during the  Web Summit at the RDS in  November. Photograph: Barbara Lindberg

For the first time since the financial crash, it was harder this year to pick the losers than the winners. As well-known businesses toppled and entrep(...)

Father Mathew Hall: originally designed  as a base for the Halston Street Temperance Sodality

One of Dublin’s best known landmarks, Father Mathew Hall near the Four Courts, originally known for its links to the temperance movement and later to (...)

 Taoiseach Enda Kenny  at the Mansion House, Dublin, for the launch of the Royal Irish Academy’s Art and Architecture of Ireland. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Taoiseach Enda Kenny described them as “the gospels of Ireland”. President of the Royal Irish Academy Prof Mary Daly said they were “national monumen(...)

 Eddie Irvine built this ultramodern bachelor pad in the noughties after he purchased a small cottage on the half-acre site from businessman Harry Crosbie for €260,000 in 1993.  Photograph: Venturelli/WireImage

From the moment it was built, it was hailed as the house with the go-faster stripes. Outdoor pool linking to indoor lagoon. Tick. Party-size Jacuzzi w(...)