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.
Liz Stewart explores Sandycove’s 19th century martello tower – home to the James Joyce Museum.
“Architecture is the masterly, correct and magnificent play of masses brought together in light” – Le Corbusier (1923) […]
Warsaw’s varied modern architecture is a testament to the turbulent history Poland’s capital has endured. It is a city shaped by the various “–isms” of the twentieth century. During the […]
I was in New York about three weeks before I ventured down to Chelsea. You might ask, “What took you so long?” All I can reply is Christ knows, I […]
Dylan Coburn Grey explores the creative relationship between Le Corbusier and experimental composer Iannis Xenakis. Yannis Xenakis. Iannis Xenakis’ life story is an Oscarbait biopic waiting to happen. He memorised […]
The architecture section of The Bridge is dedicated to forging a connection between students and the vast and vibrant world of architecture that surrounds them. Through reviews, interviews and criticism […]