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Architectural Survey 1971

General Publications Limited
€ 4.75 EUR

Architectural Survey was an annual review of contemporary architecture in Ireland, which ran from 1953-1972.


Church at Kilmacud

Stephenson, Gibney & Associates

Church at Ballyroan, Rathfarnham

Raymond F. MacDonnell

Church reconstruction, St. Patrick’s College, Carlow

Tyndall, Hogan, Hurley

Convent and Oratory for Irish Sisters of Charity, Saltley, Birmingham

Brendan P. Jeffers & Associates

Extension to the National Gallery of Ireland

F. T. Duberry (OPW), M. F. Crowe (OPW)

Mountain Centre at Tollymore, Co. Down

James Munce Partnership

The Arts Building, University College Dublin at Belfield

Andrzej Wejchert (architect) with Robinson, Keefe & Devane (associate architect)

New Wesley College, Ballinteer

Robin Walker of Michael Scott & Partners

Regional Technical College, Waterford

Building Design Associates

St. Michael’s Estate, Inchicore

Arthur Swift & Partners

National Building Agency Housing, Mayfield, Cork

Delaney, MacVeigh & Pike

Housing, Dundannion, Blackrock Road, Cork

Neil Hegarty

Housing for Cork County Council, Douglas, Cork

Patrick MacSweeney

Offices for ESB, Merrion Street

Stephenson, Gibney & Associates

Carroll’s Factory, Dundalk

Ronald Tallon of Michael Scott & Partners

Dunlop Warehouse, Adelaide Road

Tyndall, Hogan, Hurley

Offices at Dundrum

Lardner & Partners

Sports Cities, Benghazi and Tripoli, Ligya

James Munce Partnership

Dublin in bits

Editor: Patrick M. Delany.

UCD, university, belfield, brutalism, church, religious, ecclesiastical, reconstruction, refurbishment, NGI, gallery, art gallery, school, education, residential, social housing, public housing, council house, ESB offices, Georgian Dublin, demolition, factory, industry, industrial, offices

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