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ARTS COUNCIL ANNNOUNCES NEW DESIGN AWARDS

The Arts Council has announced the launch of two new exciting awards, ‘Engaging with Architecture Scheme 2019’ and the new ‘Architecture Project Award 2019’. The purpose of the Architecture Project Award is to support ambitious new work in, or about, architecture through the creation of spatial, material or …

WATERFORD STUDENT WINS COMPETITION TO REIMAGINE CITY’S CULTURAL QUARTER

Luke Carparelli, a design student at Waterford Institute of Technology has been selected as the winner of a design proposal to re-envision the O’Connell Street area in Waterford City, Waterford’s Cultural Quarter. Entrants included students from WIT’s BA (Hons) in Design (Visual Communications) and Bachelor of Architecture (Hons). …

THE ICING ON THE CAKE

Neolith® is specified throughout the interior of master pâtissier Cédric Grolet’s Paris apartment. Cédric Grolet is one of the most exciting and creative talents in modern cookery. The meteoric rise of this inventive and original chef has seen him achieve multiple awards for his pastry work. Only last …

CORIUM – TRUE INNOVATION FROM OUTHAUS FACADES

Already used across a range of prestigious projects in the UK, Europe, Australia and the United States, CORIUM brick façade system is one of a unique range of façade solutions available to the Irish market that can all be found exclusively at outHaus Façades. How it works Innovation …

May/June 2019

IN THIS ISSUE Mouth-Watering Design! – Tropical Fruit warehouse by Henry J Lyons MIES Award – The Transformation of 530 dwellings – Grand Park Bordeaux

IRISH IN THE RUNNING FOR MIES AWARD

The conservation of a former tenement house at 14 Henrietta Street in Dublin’s north inner city has been shortlisted for the prestigious European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2019. It is one of two Irish projects on the shortlist, the other being …

PARISIAN CHIC IN THE HEART OF DUBLIN

After an extensive €4 million refurbishment, the iconic Café En Seine has reopened its doors on Dublin’s Dawson Street. Spanning over three floors, art nouveau haven now includes a designated restaurant area, several beautiful bars and an impressive indoor Street Garden. The bar closed down so it could …

NEOLITH® MAKES WAVES AT HOTEL LLEVANT

Bespoke Sintered Stone surfaces specified for cool and contemporary Costa Bravan Hotel For award-winning architect Pau Llimona, the Mediterranean Sea has always possessed a romantic mystique. The centre of the world for many classical civilisations, its rugged coastlines and azure waters have informed its unique cultural identity, inspiring …

March/April 2019

IN THIS ISSUE Bridging the World – Zaha hadid’s Danjiang Bridge in Taiwan Greenpoint Landing – OMA’s Dancing Towers Click here for Digital issue