By Stacey Wrenn Rern Koolhaas, one of the most renowned urbanists or our time, once said: “Architecture is a dangerous mix of power and importance”, and this statement is as […]
By Giordan Castellon ‘Cholet’ (not to be confused with the French town) is an ugly word, and Freddy Mamani, the inspiring mind behind the bright neo-Andean superstructures that have […]
By Stacey Wrenn This title may sound like an oxymoron upon first glance, how can you have a newer version of something that’s entire basis is in the past? What […]
By Sulla Montes I firmly believe that there will come a time when the old-fashioned pencil sketches on tracing paper will be completely replaced with computer-aided architectural design […]
By Stacey Wrenn The technological advance of steel-frame construction by the Chicago School in the late nineteenth century is arguably the single most revolutionary move in recent architectural history. It […]
By Oisin Vince Coulter In the early hours of the 14 June 2017, a fire engulfed Grenfell Tower in London. This fire resulted in an estimated 80 deaths and […]
By Muireann Walsh This year’s Open House promises to be another exceptional if rare insight into the eclectic mix of buildings in Dublin. From the 13-15 October, the Irish […]
By Muireann Walsh One of my favourite ways to immerse myself in a new and unfamiliar city is by delving into its artistic side. Art and architecture reveal the […]
Eleanor Hughes reviews The Ruins of Dublin, 1916 – A Photographic Record by Thomas Johnson Westropp.
Ciara Kummert explores the National Gallery of Ireland’s little-known gem, the Friends Room.