James Earley

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The Hendrick is a 146-room property, with self-check-in and check-out technology

Fancy that  Ireland’s first street art hotel has opened in Dublin’s Smithfield. The Hendrick is a 146-room property, with self-check-in and chec(...)

Lobby of the Hendrick hotel, with James Earley’s rose windows

It’s an eye-catching – literally – concept: an urban hotel themed around street art and graffiti. Artist James Earley is outside in the small internal(...)

The Devlin: room rates start at €120 for a ModPod

The Dublin 6 suburb of Ranelagh gets its first hotel next month when the Devlin, latest in the ongoing juggernaut of new openings from the hospitality(...)

Nollaig Healy and James Earley.

When were you closest to death? Nollaig: Childbirth, I think. And being exhausted afterwards, thinking ‘can people die from tiredness?’ James: Speak(...)

James Earley: “I couldn’t live without my Chromecast.”

Current favourite book? I read a lot of art books, and I especially enjoyed John Berger’s Portraits. Like the name suggests, it’s about the conceptua(...)

Louis Masai’s Elephant

Martin Duffy is shaking his head from side to side as he watches a young man in a hoodie spray-paint the wall of the Distillery building opposite his (...)

Workspace for rockstars? Part of Brickhouse, Iconic’s latest office space, on Baggot Street, Dublin

Iconic Offices seems like a fine place to do a day’s work. The company specialises in shared office spaces at a number of plush addresses around Dubli(...)

Bulmers marketing director Belinda Kelly said the new campaign keeps Irishness at its centre

Bulmers has ditched all references to “time” in a major revamp for the Irish cider brand designed to make it “more modern and relevant” to younger dri(...)

Piece by Anita Groener in Facebook’s Dublin office. Photograph: Ros Kavanagh

Over the last two years, a number of artists, Irish or with strong Irish links, have participated in Facebook’s artist-in-residence programme and/or m(...)

A third generation of the Cosgrave family has entered the Irish construction world. Mark and Andrew, sons of Peter and grandsons of Jack, have launch(...)

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