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Hammerson Appoint Design Team for Dublin Central Project

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Posted Wednesday, 26th of August

Irish architects Grafton, RKD and MOLA join Acme to advance ambitious regeneration Hammerson has announced the appointment of a design team for its planned regeneration project in Dublin’s north inner-city […]

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Lunch with Arthur O’Brien C+W O’Brien Architects

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Posted Monday, 6th of July

The Principal Architect and Managing Director of C+W O’Brien Architects, over the last 25 years Arthur O’Brien has garnered international experience and a reputation for excellence working in London and […]

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George’s Place Development Wins Award at AAI Awards 2020

Posted Tuesday, 3rd of March

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s innovative housing project at George’s Place, Dún Laoghaire, has achieved significant recognition across many sectors since its completion in June 2018. The project, which involved the […]

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Over 30,000 Visits to During Open House Festival Weekend

Posted Monday, 14th of October

Buildings across Dublin attracted over 30,000 visits from interested members of the public this weekend, as the annual Open House architectural festival saw iconic landmarks, historic houses and private homes […]

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Design Contract Awarded for Rooftop Food & Beverage at Central Plaza Dublin

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Posted Friday, 19th of July

Serendipity By Design, an Irish owned and operated design consultancy firm, with its HQ in Dubai, has recently been awarded a contract for the interior architecture and design for Central Plaza rooftop […]

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C+W O’Brien Architects Shortlisted in Architects Journal 100 (AJ100) as International Practice of the Year

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Posted Friday, 10th of May

C+W O’Brien Architects (Corstorphine and Wright) have been shortlisted for AJ100 International Practice of the Year 2019, along with top international practices such as Zaha Hadid and Foster + Partners. […]

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C+W O’Brien Announce Expansion Plans For Galway & Cork

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Posted Monday, 12th of November

To say that things are busy in the Dublin architecture firm C+W O’Brien would do an injustice to the hive of activity in their Sarsfield Quay office at 9:45 on […]

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Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Voted Ireland’s Favourite Building

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Posted Monday, 11th of June

NO 26 YORK STREET, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland has been voted Ireland’s favourite building. The new medical education building has won the public choice award at the Royal Institute of […]

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C+W O’Brien Achieve Third Straight Notification of Grant of Planning with DCC

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Posted Wednesday, 20th of September

C+ W O’Brien are delighted to have achieved their third straight notification of grant of planning with Dublin City Council for Ormond Quay Aparthotel development. A straight notification of grant […]

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London’s Nova Victoria crowned UK’s Ugliest building

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Posted Thursday, 7th of September

A London office block described as a “bright red hideous mess” has been named the UK’s worst building. Nova, a pair of London office buildings developed by Land Securities Group […]

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See the Structural Skeleton of Zaha Hadid Architects New Airport Terminal in Beijing

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Posted Monday, 31st of July

Zaha Hadid Architects’ new passenger terminal for Beijing Airport (currently known as Beijing DaxingInternational Airport) is poised to become the largest aviation hub in the world. The vast structure, defined by five limbs spreading […]

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Celebrating Innovation & Design: Building and Architect of the Year Awards 2017

Posted Thursday, 8th of June

The Building and Architect of the Year Awards 2017 take place tonight the in the Mansion House in Dublin. Some of the most prominent architects currently practising in Ireland will […]