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  • The development of the 73-acre Grangegorman site that will provide a new home for the Dublin Institute of Technology represents the single largest educational project in the history of the state. Provisions being made for it are so large that they are included within the National Development Plan.

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  • Paul Clerkin of Archiseek.com chatting with some of the architects of the 2011 warming huts for the Winnipeg River Trail. Name: WOODPILE Architects: Noa Biran, Roy Talmon A box design that features a metal outside frame and a firepit in the middle of the structure. The walls consist of stacked logs that can be used for the fire. As the weather warms, the walls disappear, signalling the end of win...

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  • This is one of the oldest existing churches in Dublin. A Norman church to St Ouen was built here in 1190 to replace an earlier structure dedicated to St Colmcille. It is said to have the oldest bells in Ireland with three bells dating from 1423 hanging in the tower. More information two.archiseek.com/2010/st-audoens-church-of-ireland-high-street-dublin/

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  • The 27,000-square-foot structure sits on a tight corner lot in Denver's Central Platte Valley. This former rail yard is now filled with new condos, shops, and parks. Adjaye, employed tinted glass for the museum's exterior walls but added an interior skin of MonoPan, a translucent material made of woven recycled plastic and used in the fabrication of trailers and storage sheds, among other products...

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  • St Pauls dates from 1835-37, was designed by Patrick Byrne, and is one of the most prominent buildings on the city quays. Patrick Byrne was a prominent church architect of the time and was also responsible for St Audoens on nearby High Street. A fine portico with four Ionic columns fronts the church to the river in a very prominent site. Full details http://two.archiseek.com/2010/1837-st-pauls-ch...

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  • The Ussher Library is sited between the Berekely Library and Nassau Street with the park and the Arts Block on either side. The new building is the result of a competition won by the collaborating project from McCullough Mulvin and KMD Architecture (formerly Keane Murphy Duff). Full Details http://two.archiseek.com/2010/2002-ussher-library-trinity-college-dublin/

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  • The Royal Hospital Kilmainham is a mile and a half west of the city centre and at the time of its construction the site was part of the Phoenix Park. Designed as a home for invalided soldiers, the Royal Hospital at Kilmainham was the first major public building to be constructed in Dublin. Based on Les Invalides in Paris, the building consists of four unbroken ranges enclosing a courtyard. Full d...

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