Backlash against unpaid internships in IrelandSubscription
The Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) has blocked practices that use unpaid interns from entering its prestigious annual awards programme
Almost a third of Ireland’s architects and engineers have left the country following the collapse of its construction industry, with many seeking work in the UK
Architects have reacted angrily to Irish deputy prime minister Mary Coughlan’s claim that they are a sector that has yet to feel ‘the chill winds of economic reality’, and that they should be slashing fees to make the Republic more competitive.
Director calls action over homeSubscription
Jim Sheridan sues design team over ‘substantial damage’ to residence
Dublin skyscrapers felledSubscription
A listed building in the heart of Dublin, which was illegally demolished to make way for an apartment block, is to be reinstated by the developer, following a sustained campaign by the Irish architectural profession.
Judge spikes Ritchie's Dublin Millennium SpireSubscription
An Irish High Court judge has halted the erection of the 120m-high, steel spire, designed by Ian Ritchie for Dublin's O'Connell Street. He ruled that Dublin Corporation had not followed correct planning procedures on the project - and that the whole preparatory process must start again.