Architecture Ireland Publishing Ltd.
Architecture Ireland is the journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Issue #305 focuses on the theme of ‘colour’. Projects featured: A house in a garden by David Leech Architects; Avolon Global Headquarters by MOLA Architecture; Liffey Mews by Architectural Services, Kildare County Council; and 1 & 10 Molesworth Street by Henry J Lyons.
Appropriate colours, ‘A house that is completely white looks like a cream jug’ - Le Corbusier’s colour scheme at Maison La Roche-Jeanneret (1923-25), A kaleidoscopic architecture, Close reading through colour, Urban colour gestalt and chromatic entropy, Achieving quality through smart procurement - An interview with RIAI CEO Kathryn Meghen, Rethinking the crit - A new pedagogy in architectural education, Professional indemnity insurance, RIAI Architecture Awards 2019, RIAI Silver Medal for Housing, RIAI and OPW design competition for a commemorative bridge at the Irish War Memorial Gardens, Ballyless is not Ballymore - A review of the RIAI and DHPLG National Housing Conference 2019, City as sponge - De Urbanisten, Architectural behaviorology, Venice to Cork and back - Close Encounter: Meetings with Remarkable Buildings, Mallow Union Workhouse, George Wilkinson, 1839, Atelier Bow-Wow, De Urbanisten