House and Home
Irish Architectural Archive
‘House and Home’ features over forty original architectural drawings, as well as publications, models and photographs, for residential projects in Ireland. Reflecting the chronological spread of the Irish Architectural Archive’s holdings, the works range from the mid 18th century to the late 20th. The book was published to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the archive, with the selected projects including at least one item acquired in each of the years of the archive’s existence. It therefore provides a broad chronological and geographical spread of both the archive's collection and of the diversity of housing types in Ireland.
residential, housing, home, domestic, country house, history, architecture, thatched cottages, suburban semi-Ds, one-off bungalows, blocks of flats, Francis Johnston, Charles Geoghegan, Joseph Connolly, Desmond FitzGerald, Donal O’Neill Flanagan, Jack O’Hare, Jacques Gabriel Huquier, Joseph Jarratt, Isaac Ware, Edward Miller, James Gandon, Charles William Bury, John Bowden, William Murray, Lucy Edgeworth, William Vitruvius Morrison, Daniel Robertson, Sandham Symes, Thomas Christopher Antisell, Axel Haig, Alfred Gresham Jones, Charles Ashworth, Robert J. Stirling, Henry Sibthorpe and Son, Ashlin and Coleman, McDonnell and Dixon, William Mitchell and Sons, Ralph Henry Byrne, W. H. Byrne, Michael Scott, Higginbottom and Stafford, Buckley and O'Gorman, Dublin Housing Inquiry, Noel Moffett, Frank Gibney, Hugh Doran, Aoghagan Brioscú, John L. Griffith, National Building Agency, Jack Fitzzimons, Robin Walker, Arthur Gibney, Simon J. Kelly, Raymond MacDonnell