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Irish Architecture Awards Night at Farmleigh

Posted: Tuesday, June 22, 2010

The Irish Architecture Awards 2010 were presented at a ceremony in the Gallery at Farmleigh on the evening of 21st June. The RIAI Irish Architecture Awards are the main focus in the Institute’s campaign to communicate to the public the variety and quality of contemporary Irish Architecture. You can view the awards on this site

The following awards were made on the night:

Public Choice Award

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The Public Choice Award was presented to Henry J Lyons Architects for the Criminal Courts of Justice by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Accessible Project

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The Best Accessible Project Award was presented to Henry J Lyons Architects for the Criminal Courts of Justice by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Sustainable Project

Best-Sustainable-Project-Award-Scott-Tallon-Walker-Architects

The Best Sustainable Project Award was presented to Scott Tallon Walker Architects for St. Patrick's Place by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Commercial / Retail Building

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The Best Commercial / Retail Building Award was presented to Henry J Lyons Architects for the Architects' Studio at 51-54 Pearse Street by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Conservation / Restoration Award

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The Best Conservation / Restoration Award was presented to McCullough Mulvin Architects for Rush Library by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Cultural Building

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The Best Cultural Building Award was presented to Terry Pawson Architects for VISUAL - Centre for Contemporary Art & The George Bernard Shaw Theatre by MinisterCiarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Educational Building

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The Best Educational Building Award was presented to McCullough Mulvin Architects for the Engineering & Informatics Building, Athlone Institute of Technology by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Health & Leisure Award

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The Best Health & Leisure Award was presented to Niall McLaughlin Architects for the Alzheimer's Respite Centre by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best House Extension Award

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The Best House Extension Award was presented to Boyd Cody Architects for 107 Ringsend Park by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best House Award

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The Best House Award was presented to Taka Architects for House 1 + House 2 by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Housing (More than 1 Unit)

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The Best Housing (More than 1 Unit) Award was presented to DTA Architects for Social & Affordable Residential Development, Santry Demesne, Fingal by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Overseas Award

Best-Overseas-Award-Brady-Mallalieu-Architects

The Best Overseas Award was presented to Brady Mallalieu Architects for 4 Mastmaker Road by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Public Building

Best-Public-Building-Award-ABK-Architects

The Best Public Building Award was presented to ABK Architects for Civic Precinct - Courthouse, Local Area Office and Library by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

Best Public Space

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The Best Public Space Award was presented to MCO Projects / ArArq Ireland Architects for Father Collins Park by Minister Ciarán Cuffe TD and RIAI President Paul Keogh.

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