Philipsburgh Terrace runs parallel to Philipsburgh Avenue at the Fairview end of Marino. Number six is a three-bedroom, mid-terrace house of 104sq (...)

Warm up your patio Make those ventures outdoors a little more hearth-warming with a powder-coated steel Marino outdoor gas fire, 126cm by (...)

When owner Conrad Jones bought his third-floor two-bedroom apartment in 2008 in Butler’s Court, an eight-storey building at the ocean end of Dublin(...)

The thatched cottage that once belonged to Joseph Walsh’s grandaunts and which was restored by local builder John Scannell is now the studio. Photograph: Andrew Bradley Photography

From a traditional thatched homestead in Riverstick, a village about four to five miles outside Kinsale, furniture designer Joseph Walsh tunes into so(...)

Shoptalk: Cork

Wedding and Holy Communion seasons are upon us. It will be all white on the big day in Cork, where The Moderne (1800 855 835,, (...)

Danish designers Jonas Edvard  and Nikolaj Steenfatt  have used seaweed to create  a collection of beautiful items for the home, prototyping a dining chair and a series of lampshades made from it

1 A seating sea change  Seaweed, a resource in which Ireland is rich, has often been an underrated material. You can swaddle sushi in i(...)

One Percy Lane is unmissable. As you stroll down this quiet Dublin 4 lane a sizeable zinc-roofed, powder steel coated set of mews houses looms from(...)

There’s been a plethora of houses sold on Summer Street in the past 18 months. The cul de sac is just off North Circular Road, and close to both Do(...)

St Brendan’s Cottages is a sweet little development of brick-fronted artisan dwellings just off Irishtown Road. There are about 25 terraced hou(...)

  The Medieval Museum designed by Waterford City Architects is one of the projects up for the Mies award. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Nine Irish architectural practices have been shortlisted for the 2015 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – the Mies van der Rohe Awar(...)