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Dublin Architectural News in 2023

Dublin Architecture Design News, chronological:

25 May 2023
Co-living Development, Eblana Avenue, Dun Laoghaire
Design: HKR Architects
Eblana Avenue Co-Living, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin Architecture News
photo : Paul Moore Photography
Eblana Avenue Co-Living, Dun Laoghaire
The first purpose designed co-living development in Ireland, designed and delivered by HKR Architects on behalf of Niche Living, is now in full operation. Located on Eblana Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin the development with 204 beautifully designed and fully serviced studios benefits from a broad range of on – site facilities creating a new community in the established town centre of Dun Laoghaire.

11 February 2023
Wilton Park
Design: Hassell, SPRD and Gehl
Wilton Park Dublin placemaking
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Wilton Park Dublin placemaking
International design practice Hassell has been appointed by Ireland’s leading property company IPUT to lead ground-breaking five-year research study ‘Making Impact’, alongside fellow international design and placemaking firms, PRD and Gehl.

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30 Nov 2022
EXO, Dublin 1
Design: Shay Cleary Architects
The EXO Dublin 1 Ireland
photo : Jamie Hackett
The EXO, Dublin 1
The landmark EXO building by Shay Cleary Architects is the tallest commercial office building in Ireland. A unique engineering challenge, the building features a distinctive and highly innovative external exo-skeleton which forms the main structure, leaving a predominantly column free floor plate and referencing the iconic blue gantries of the Dublin docklands.

18 Nov 2022
Sport Ireland Campus masterplan, West Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Design: FaulknerBrowns LLP, Architects
Sport Ireland Campus Dublin masterplan vision
image © FaulknerBrowns
Sport Ireland Campus Dublin Masterplan
The Government of Ireland has endorsed the mixed-use masterplan vision for the development of the Sport Ireland campus in western Dublin. Taoiseach Micheál Martin unveiled the masterplan designed by FaulknerBrowns Architects, which incorporates proposals for athlete accommodation, workplaces, cultural buildings and major new sports facilities, including plans for Ireland’s first indoor velodrome.

22 Jun 2022
The Residence, 94 St Stephen’s Green
Design: Shay Cleary Architects
The Residence St Stephens Green Dublin Architecture News
photo : Jamie Hackett
The Residence, St Stephen’s Green
This property is a small, mid-19th century protected structure located on St Stephen’s Green South in the centre of Dublin, with fantastic views over the Green and to the wider city centre area. The building was constructed with the adjoining former Methodist Centenary Church of 1842-43.

22 June 2022
Meeting House Lane Hotel, north west of Dublin city
Design: Studio Anyo
Meeting House Lane Hotel Dublin building
image courtesy of architecture office
Meeting House Lane Hotel
Plans by London architects Studio Anyo for a new €15 million boutique hotel and leisure facility in the heart of Dublin will go ahead after the project got the green light following an appeal. The move will see a 65-bedroomed hotel with rooftop bar, mezzanine and basement, together with ancillary facilities, created on Meeting House Lane in the north west corner of the city.

10 May 2022
New homes in Cherrywood, south of Dublin, Ireland
Design: Fletcher Priest Architects
New homes in Cherrywood, Dublin urban village
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New homes in Cherrywood
Fletcher Priest’s design for 488 new homes in Cherrywood, an urban village to the south of Dublin, received planning permission earlier this month. Fletcher Priest also led the masterplan for the wider site, which will create a community of 1,300 homes for Quintain Ireland. The project has been developed in collaboration with Dublin-based architects Urban Agency and O’Mahony Pike with landscape by Grant Associates.

14 Jan 2022
Blackpitts Student Accommodation / The Tannery, Liberties, Dublin 8
Design: Shay Cleary Architects
Blackpitts Student Accommodation Dublin Architecture News
photo : Marie Louise Halpenny
Blackpitts Student Accommodation
Designed by Shay Cleary Architects, Blackpitts Student Accommodation / The Tannery is a complex urban student housing scheme, located in the Liberties area of Dublin 8 which is currently undergoing extensive urban regeneration. The site is bounded to the east by Blackpitts, to the north by a new pedestrian street which it shares with a new hotel and to the west by the boundary wall to the adjoining Warrenmount Convent.

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Dublin Architecture News 2019 – 2021

18 Nov 2021
The Wren Urban Nest, Dublin 2
Design: BDP
The Wren Urban Nest Dublin 2 Hotel
photo : Nick Caville
The Wren Urban Nest Dublin 2 Hotel
The newly opened Wren Urban Nest, based in the heart of Dublin, is a 137-room, nine floor hotel designed and built using the most advanced carbon reduction technologies, making it one of Europe’s most sustainable hotels in a major city centre. Eliminating the need for fossil fuels, the building uses 100% renewable energy and is the first hotel in Ireland to comply with the World Green Building Council’s definition of ‘Net Zero Operational Carbon’, without having to purchase carbon offsets.

8 Dec 2020
Adelaide Chambers
Design: Broadstone Architects
Adelaide Chambers Dublin Architecture News
photography : Shantanu Starick
Adelaide Chambers, Dublin
Broadstone Architects were engaged to exploit the qualities of the original protected structure of the Adelaide Chambers, upgrade the building amenities and give the tenants a workplace to be proud of in this multi tenant office building.

1 Dec 2020
Dublin T1 Airport Building Renewal
Design: Atkins, architects
Dublin T1 Airport building renewal
photo : Atkins
Dublin T1 Airport Building Renewal
Atkins has been working on a major facelift to Terminal 1 at Dublin Airport under plans that have been lodged this month with Fingal County Council. The design will replace the core façade and roof with a new modern, energy efficient envelope that will completely transform the external appearance of the terminal, giving it a new visual identity.

15 Oct 2020
Cherrywood Village Masterplan South Dublin Landscape Strategy, Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, South Dublin, Ireland
Design: Grant Associates with Fletcher Priest Architects
Cherrywood Village Masterplan South Dublin Architecture News
image Courtesy architecture office
Cherrywood Village Masterplan South Dublin
Grant Associates is working with Fletcher Priest Architects to design the masterplan for a new community in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, South Dublin for developer Quintain Ireland Ltd.

Feb 4, 2020
Perkins and Will Commits to the Dublin Market with New Irish Team
As part of a plan to meet Irish clients where they are—and to provide local project oversight backed by global design resources—architecture and design firm Perkins and Will announced today its expansion into the capital city of Ireland.

Treasury Dock Dublin building design by Perkins and Will:
Treasury Dock Dublin building design by Perkins and Will
photographs : Assen Emiliov
Perkins and Will Dublin Architects News

9 Sep 2019
New Ryanair Office Campus, Airside Business Park
Design: Atkins
The 10,700m2, six-storey development – which is now onsite – will sit alongside Ryanair’s existing head office at Airside Business Park, located close to Dublin Airport.
New Ryanair Office Campus in Dublin

24 Apr 2019
Rothco, Smithfield, Dublin 7
Design: ODOS Architects
Rothco Dublin Architecture News
photograph : Ste Murray
Rothco Building
A new 47,000 sqft office in Smithfield. The brief required separate distinct open plans of zones for diverse functions within the company and also included social areas, break-out spaces and an all-hands event space, all located within the ground of an existing building.

15 Mar 2019
StayCity, city centre
Design: ODOS Architects
StayCity HQ Dublin Building
photo : Ste Murray
StayCity HQ Dublin Building
Contemporary workspace within an existing protected former mission hall in the city centre.

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31 Dec 2018
Morehampton Mews Houses, south east Dublin
Design: ODOS Architects
Morehampton Mews Houses Dublin architecture news
photo : Ste Murray
Morehampton Mews Houses in Dublin by ODOS Architects
The interior is a complete contrast to the dark and mysterious exterior. In the entrance hallway, a double height space with rooflights above creates a light filled interior complemented by clean minimal design.

24 Dec 2018
The Stiles Road House, Clontarf, Dublin 3
Design: Architectural Farm
The Stiles Road House in Clontarf
photograph : Ste Murray
New Property in Clontarf
The project comprises of the renovation and extension to the rear of a 1930′s semi-detached house in Clontarf. The house was modernised 15 years ago but with the arrival of the owners two children, the house and its extension, no longer fulfilled the owners needs.

31 Aug 2018
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28 Jun 2018
University College Dublin’s Future Campus International Design Competition Shortlisted Designs
University College Dublin Competition Design by Diller Scofidio + Renfro
image Courtesy architecture office
University College Dublin Future Campus Designs
Designs from the six international competition finalists displayed in online gallery: University College Dublin (UCD) and Malcolm Reading Consultants (MRC) revealed a digital gallery of the six shortlisted teams’ design proposals in the Future Campus – University College Dublin International Design Competition.

University College Dublin Future Campus Shortlist
University College Dublin Future Campus Shortlist
Clockwise from top left: Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey © Amelia Stein / Steven Holl © Steven Holl Architects / Liz Diller and Ricardo Scofidio © Abelardo Morell, Benjamin Gilmartin © Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Charles Renfro © Alessio Boni / Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos © Inga Powilleit / Daniel Libeskind © Stefan Ruiz / John Ronan © Nathanael Filbert

30 Mar 2018
Hostel on Abbey Street Upper
Design: HKR Architects
Hostel on Abbey Street Upper
Planning granted for a 560 bed hostel on Abbey Street Upper.

16 Mar 2018
The Albany House
Architects: RKD Architecture
The Albany House Dublin architecture news
photograph : Ste Murray
The Albany House

University College Dublin’s Future Campus International Design Competition
University College Dublins Future Campus International Design Competition
UCD Belfield Core Campus and Surrounding Area – image courtesy of Barrow Coakley Photography

20 Feb 2018
Castle Close House
Architects: Anthro Architecture
Castle Close House Dublin architecture news
photograph : Ste Murray
Castle Close House

18 Jan 2018
Blackheath House
Design: Architectural Farm
Blackheath House in Dublin
photo : Ste Murray
Blackheath House

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6 Sep 2017
Ballymun Boilerhouse Rediscovery Centre, Ballymun
Design: ABK Architects
Ballymun Boilerhouse Dublin architecture news
photograph : Paul Tierneye
Ballymun Boilerhouse Rediscovery Centre
The project gives a new life to Ballymun’s old Boiler House and creates a National Centre of Excellence in Education for Sustainable development. The building previously housed four 35 tonne boilers that provided district heating and hot water to the local public housing scheme realised in the 60’s and subsequently demolished.

20 Jun 2017
National Gallery of Ireland Reopening
Renovation Design: Heneghan Peng, Architects
National Gallery Ireland Dublin Building facade
photo © 2006 Kaihsu Tai – © 2006 Kaihsu Tai, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1043367
National Gallery Ireland
The National Gallery of Ireland houses the National Collection of European and Irish Fine Art and has evolved over 150 years through a number of significant alterations and expansions, report the architects. The refurbishment of the historic wings is part of an overall master plan that aims to develop a coherent and accessible circulation system through the various layers of the Gallery.

22 Mar 2017
Prices Lane House
Design: ODOS Architects
Prices Lane House Dublin architecture news
photograph © Ste Murray
Prices Lane House

17 Feb 2016
Google Campus Dublin – Google EU Headquarters
Architects: Evolution Design with Henry J. Lyons Architects
Google Campus Dublin, Ireland
photo © Peter Wurmli
Google Campus Dublin
TFour buildings located in the historic docklands district. With over 47’000 m2 of unique office space, the campus represents an amazing workplace for Google’s ever growing sales, marketing, finance and engineering teams, coming from more than 65 countries and speaking over 45 languages.

13 Feb 2014
Dublin Social Residences, Ballymun
Design: FKL Architects
Shangan Avenue Social Housing Dublin Architecture News
photograph : Alice Clancy
Shangan Avenue Housing

13 Jun 2013
House on Mount Anville
Design: Aughey O’Flaherty Architects
House on Mount Anville
photograph © Louise Halpenny
House on Mount Anville

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