In Kathryn Milligan’s “Painting Dublin”, the artists are from different backgrounds, religions, and social classes. “What connects them is that they are painting the same city.”
Has Further Protected Status Arrived Too Late for These North Great George’s Street Buildings?
A seven-storey co-living development has already been granted planning permission to be built in plots that originally formed part of the protected properties.
A New Zine Explores Both the History and Theory behind the Met Éireann Building in Glasnevin
In his recently released zine Cosmoform, Cormac Murray examines the story of the iconic Met Éireann building as well as the underlying theory that may have influenced it.
An Effort to Kickstart Discussions on What’s Next for the Sean McDermott Street Laundry
The students, academics and architects behind Open Heart City have researched and mapped the site – before pitching diverse ideas for how it could be developed.
An Exhibition of City Salvage Offers a Reminder of the Cost of Demolition
To this day, Peter Pearson still stops to take a look when he sees a skip – in case something of value and heritage is about to be lost.
A New Group Wants to Open Up Public Projects to Smaller Architecture Firms
Smaller firms can be cut out from bidding for state projects because of bureaucratic criteria. But that’s bad for the state, and bad for the city, say those behind We Can Build Better.