Dublin School of Architecture Press
Post Industrial features a series of essays by an up-and-coming generation of Irish architects discussing the physical and material world of Irish industrial settlements in a whole new light. Using their professional skill set they have created a new appreciation of how these villages worked as social spaces, while at the same time highlighting future conservation priorities.
Dr. Colin Rynne
Quakers and Industry in Mountmellick
Shaping the town of Castlecomer
The Crescent and the Octagon
Alexander Nimmo, Infrastructure and Villages
Editor: Miriam Delaney.
Authors: Deepka Abbi, Mark Corcoran, Stephen O’Brien, Karen Tighe, Jack Worrall.
Industrialisation, Great Famine, Act of Union, settlements, model villages, Mountrath, Laois, Society of Friends, Charles Henry Coote, Statistical Survey of Laois 1800, industry, brewery, pottery, woollen mills, cotton, Kilkenny, village, Earl of Ormond, crossroad plan, linear town, town square, High Street, triangular centre, village morphology, Louisburgh, Mayo, Dunmanway, Cork, Maynooth, Kildare, Tallow, Waterford, Belmullet, Johnstown, Ballyragget, Geashill, Offaly, Castleblayney, Monaghan, Eyrecourt, Rathdowney, Galway, Lurgan, Armagh, Monivea, New Birmingham, Athenry, Slieveardagh Hills, Glengoole, Robert Ffrench, Kilcooley, Utopian Socialism, Stratford, Slaney, town planning, crescent form, Abbeyleix, Laois, Hillsborough, Down, Tyrrellspass, Meath, Mountbellew, Galway, Johnstown, Kilkenny, Slane, Westport, Ballyhaise, Cavan, Castlewellan, Down, piers, quays, Roundstone, Binghamstown, Killala, Achill, Knightstown, Kerry, Carrigaholt, Cork, Balinskelligs, Ballyvaughan, Liscannor, Rossaveel, Old Head, Inishturk, Raughly, Brandon, Spiddal, Barna, Seafield, Kilbaha, Dingle, Cahersiveen, Doonbeg, Cleggan, Clifden, New Quay
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