Michael Scott

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Paul Henry’s West of Ireland landscape purchased by German diplomat W Muller in 1940 will be auctioned by Adam’s on September 25th €60,000-80,000

When German-Irish diplomatic relations began in 1929, neither side knew they were midway between the end of one world war and the beginning of another(...)

Somali, Carrickbrack Road, Howth

A stretch of coastal homes along Howth’s Carrickbrack Road called Somali Village may sound like an anomaly but it is widely known locally. The name de(...)

Michael Scott from Portumna, Co Galway has been charged with the murder of Chrissie Treacy. Photograph: Hany Marzouk

A 54-year-old man has been remanded in custody charged with the murder of a Co Galway pensioner. Michael Scott from Gortanumera in Portumna has been (...)

Kevin Roche: the late architect with a model of his Ford Foundation building in New York. Photograph: Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates

Kevin Roche, the Dublin-born architect who died on Friday, at the age of 96, was a designer of modernist buildings, at once bold and refined, that gav(...)

Kevin Roche was born in Dublin, received a Bachelor of Architecture from the National University of Ireland in 1945 and after gaining experience in the capital with Michael Scott and in London with Maxwell Fry, he moved to the US in 1948. Photograph:

One of Ireland’s foremost post war architects, Kevin Roche, whose work over 70 years won international acclaim, died at the weekend aged 96. Working (...)

Kathleen Lynn was born on January 28th, 1874, in Mullafarry, near Cong in Co Mayo, the second oldest of three daughters and one son of Robert Lynn, Ch(...)

The unique property in the seaside town of Kilkee extends to over 4,000sq ft over three floors

Set on the site of Walton’s Quarry, in the oldest part of the seaside town of Kilkee, the West End, lies a contemporary property extending to 375sq m (...)

The Greenway, a co-working space owned by Iconic Offices on St Stephen’s Green, is available for meetings.
Nice to meet you

Want your meeting to go well? Choose the right venue. Image matters and what will a cramped, dingy space say about yours? Exactly. Happily, the capit(...)

End of an era: Jimmy O’Dea points to the audience as the final curtain falls at the Theatre Royal in Dublin, in 1962. Photograph: Gordon Standing

Video may have killed the radio star, and streaming may or may not be making cinemas change their tune – see the gorgeous-looking new Stella Theatre i(...)

Bord Fáilte building: “architecturally interesting” example from the early 1960s period or in  “very harsh” relationship with Baggot Street,  ignoring  the line of the Grand Canal.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A landmark of Dublin’s architectural heritage will be destroyed if the redevelopment the 1960s former Bord Fáilte headquarters at Baggot Street bridge(...)

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