Saturday September 19, 2020

Looking back at century of Irish architecture

This is the last week to see the exploration of the building of a new nation

6th November, 2016
Photo taken in Ardnacrusha power plant while it was under construction in the 1920s

For those interested in the evolution of Irish architecture over the last century, this is the last week to see the national touring exhibition entitled Making Ireland Modern at Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin.

The project, by architects Gary Boyd and John McLaughlin, is part of the Arts Council’s ART: 2016 programme. Originally presented at the Venice architecture biennale in 2014, it explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new...

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