# architecture - Saturday 2 November, 2013
The station – second only to Grand Central in New York – was razed to the ground in 1963.
# architecture - Sunday 6 October, 2013
Free-flowing form or Mr Blobby buildings?
# architecture - Tuesday 1 October, 2013
Sure, what’s another 13 years – especially if it turns out this breathtakingly beautiful.
# architecture - Sunday 1 September, 2013
Why didn’t we think of that?
The plan would have demolished an area which had descended into squalor, but is now one of the city’s most culturally significant areas.
# architecture - Sunday 18 August, 2013
The spy craft are not just being used in war and military surveillance – in Peru, they are studying ancient ruins.
# architecture - Saturday 17 August, 2013
Heritage Week begins today. There are many sites to choose from, but what do you think is the best?
# architecture - Monday 15 July, 2013
They’ve got feelings, you know. Lots and lots of feelings.
# architecture - Saturday 29 June, 2013
Amazing photograph underlines the tragedy of decision to tear it down in the 1960s to build Madison Square Garden arena.
# architecture - Saturday 15 June, 2013
Ireland’s ‘buildings record’ says it has to make its six staff temporarily redundant.
# architecture - Sunday 9 June, 2013
Marble everywhere and a design from Santiago Calatrava. Nice.
# architecture - Friday 24 May, 2013
The organisation holds over 2.5 million architectural drawings and 500,000 photographs of Irish buildings.
# architecture - Sunday 7 April, 2013
Restaurants teetering on the edge, pop-up libraries, stunning skyscrapers – some of the winning designs in Architizer’s A+ contest.
# architecture - Monday 29 October, 2012
Reclaiming ghost estates, making city centres liveable places – and where inspiration come from: some thought-provoking videos from Dublin ideas forum.
# architecture - Friday 5 October, 2012
Access a building that normally isn’t open to the public during this free event, which takes place from today until Sunday.
# architecture - Tuesday 28 August, 2012
Dublin-based architects Heneghan Peng are to represent Ireland at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition at the prestigious Venice Biennale.
# architecture - Saturday 25 August, 2012
The social network is paving the way for a major staff expansion.
# architecture - Saturday 28 July, 2012
Missile silos and Nazi bunkers have been converted into habitable homes, while other designers are focused on preparing shelters for surviving catastrophes.
# architecture - Sunday 22 July, 2012
A host of architectural and archaeological gems lie beneath your feet – we’ve taken a closer look at some of them…
# architecture - Saturday 7 July, 2012
How high is Europe’s tallest building? And how many cannabis plants were seized by gardaí last year?
# architecture - Friday 6 July, 2012
The Shard features offices, a 5-star hotel with over than 200 rooms and suites, and three floors of restaurants featuring city views.
# architecture - Friday 22 June, 2012
Both buildings are now shortlisted for the prestigious Stirling Prize.
# architecture - Tuesday 22 May, 2012
Phil Hogan is planning to introduce new regulations which are meant to make for better buildings. He’s making a major mistake, writes Mike Morris.
# architecture - Friday 18 May, 2012
The walls are covered in rubber discs and LED lights as the bar is (literally) lowered.
# architecture - Sunday 22 April, 2012
Photographer and architecture graduate Lisa Cassidy spots the “beautiful, interesting, important or strange” in Dublin’s buildings and public spaces.
# architecture - Thursday 12 April, 2012
Scott Tallon Walker appointed architects for new London hospital.
# architecture - Wednesday 11 January, 2012
Skyscrapers may herald financial crises, according to an ongoing study of the construction of tall buildings.
# architecture - Monday 14 November, 2011
As Nama appears to be interested in one architect’s idea to transform the concrete shell on Dublin’s quays into a public amenity, we ask YOU what you think should happen to the unfinished building.
# architecture - Wednesday 26 October, 2011
Cape Town will be the World Design Capital in 2014, overcoming the challenge of Dublin and of Bilbao in Spain.
# architecture - Friday 23 September, 2011
The abandoned construction site would be filled with trees and walkways to become a ‘national asset’ under a new plan.
# architecture - Thursday 15 September, 2011
There will be “nothing to stop people bulldozing” sites built in the last 300 years if the proposals are carried through, an archaeologist told TheJournal.ie.
# architecture - Tuesday 21 June, 2011
Dublin is one of the last three cities in the running for the prestigious status, alongside Bilbao and Cape Town.
# architecture - Monday 13 June, 2011
Check out some of the 38 projects shortlisted for the RIAI awards, ranging from imaginative home extensions to huge projects which re-shape the skyline.
# architecture - Monday 9 May, 2011
Our collection of the day’s news, developments and random tidbits.
For very private people: a house which turns itself, at the touch of a button, into a seamless concrete bunker.
# architecture - Wednesday 27 April, 2011
Redevelopment itself not given the green light yet but planning application to be put in progress for site in Georgian Dublin.
# architecture - Friday 15 April, 2011
In today’s Fix: EBS joins banks in posting major losses; computers being programmed to ‘feel’ regret; and interesting interpretations of skyscraper design.
Can you see yourself living in a building like this? Check out some of the incredible entrants to this year’s eVolo Magazine Skyscraper Competition.
# architecture - Monday 4 April, 2011
Five new additions may be eligible for annual ‘cnuas’ – or grant – for five years from the Arts Council to help them “concentrate fulltime on their art”.