Reimagine Tallaght, Melt the Walls. Photograph: Ste Murray

All too often, what prevents good things happening is people not knowing where to start. Lockdowns have shone a light on the resources, or lack of the(...)

‘Juggling the demands of a full house with work and study is already testing most households.’ Photograph: Justin Paget/Getty Images

After Covid-19, will Irish housing design change for good? The past weeks have taught us more about our homes than we possibly ever wanted to le(...)

A2 Architects at Close Encounter at the Glucksman Cork Cork. Photograph: Jed Niezgoda

The popularity of Open House, the worldwide free architecture festival, shows the huge level of interest in how, and where, we live and work or, at th(...)

WORKac: Dan Wood and Amale Andraos’s edible schoolyard at PS7 in Harlem. Photograph: Raymond Adams

The housing crisis, congested roads, pollution, a capital city that sucks services from the rest of the country while the regions scramble to stand up(...)

Proposed plans for Dún Laoghaire seafront

Old age is one of those things we should all wish for, though few genuinely welcome it. In one of those life-stages clichés that can cause great miser(...)

Nathalie Weadick, director of the Irish Architecture Foundation, in the auditorium on the ground floor of the foundation’s headquarters on Bachelors Walk, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

After 10 years of a somewhat nomadic existence, the Irish Architecture Foundation (IAF) now has headquarters, at 15 Bachelors Walk in Dublin. Nathali(...)

Airbnb headquarters on Hanover Quay in the south docklands

The public gets another chance to view buildings of all types and periods free of charge when Open House Dublin 2016 takes place from October 14th-16t(...)

‘The Tank’ outside the Design Museum in London, part of the ‘New Horizon’ exhibition: Emmett Scanlon’s installation celebrates emerging Irish architects

Over the last 30 years, King’s Cross in London was often a byword for prostitution, crime and decay. Today, it is an architect’s dream, with gleaming (...)

     The Hyde Park monument mirrors the places where the four London bombs went off and has 52 stainless steel columns, each representing a victim

The process of architecture is one of improvisation, says Andy Groarke of Carmody Groarke architects, kicking off the third season of the Newnownext (...)

Nest House in East Wall by Urban Agency

From the headquarters of Airbnb in Ringsend, via the buildings of the Botanic Gardens and a private house extension in Drumcondra made entirely from p(...)

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