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Architecture in Ireland: vol. 1, no. 4

J. P. S. Publishing Ltd
€ 5.95 EUR

First published in 1978, Architecture in Ireland was a magazine which featured ‘news, views and reviews’, architecturally significant buildings, and descriptions and illustrations of proposed developments.


Editorial: Competition for Taoiseach’s Residence


News: News,Views, Reviews


Focus: Churchtown Housing

Randal McDonnell


Tidy Towns Competition

Patrick Shaffrey


Design: Scandinavian Furniture in Ireland


Prospect: Community School in Birr

Peter Doyle

Editor: Tomás O’Beirne.

Authors: Tomás O’Beirne, Patrick Shaffrey.

RIAI Annual Conference, The Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Design Seminar, Draft Provisional Standards, School and Community, No ifs or buts, Thermal Performance and Energy Use in Housing, UCC Appoints Architects, New Information Centre, Housing Needs; Foras Course, Derry Church Commended, Modular Dictionary, Chamber of Commerce on Urban Problems, York Courses, Small Firms in the Inner City, Thermal Performance and Energy Use in Housing, Department of Education, housing, news, Taoiseach’s Residence, Phoenix Park, Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Institute for Industrial Research and Standards, OECD, School building, UCC, A&D Wejchert, Murray and Murray, Building Information Centre, Liam McCormick, Steelstown Church, Modular dictionary, Downes Eire, Jerome O’Connor, South Dublin Construction Co., Tidy Towns Competition, Avanti, Dux, Klaessons, Supertube, Joseph McCullough and Partners, JV Tierney & Co, Seamus Monaghan, M Loughnane, Competition for Taoiseach’s Residence, Society of Designers, Thomas Davis Memorial, Downes Eire, Jerome O’Connor

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