The eighteenth-century Dublin town house

Form, function and finance

Christine Casey, editor

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OUT OF PRINT. 312pp; 32pp colour ills. section.

Toby Barnard

The Dublin house
Niall McCullough

Financing speculative property development in early eighteeth-century Dublin
Brendan Twomey

The Dublin domestic formula
Christine Casey

Domestic architecture, the old city, and the suburban challenge, c.1660-1700
Robin Usher

Brick in the eighteenth-century Dublin town house
Susan Roundtree

Supplying stone for the Dublin house
Tony Hand

'Bargains in view’: the Fitzwilliam family’s development of Merrion Square
Finola O’Kane

From parlours to pantries: inventories and the eighteenth-century Dublin interior
Patricia McCarthy

Taste in high life: dining in the Dublin town house
Alison FitzGerald

The geometry of the stable lane
Edward McParland

‘Fine rooms increase wants’: town houses of Irish MPs
Sarah Rhiannon Drumm

The town house as tenement in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Dublin
Jacinta Prunty

New light on Hugh Montgomerie, Richard Castle and No. 85 St Stephen’s Green
Loreto Calderón & Konrad Dechant

Leitrim House: a reassessment
John Montague

Charlemont’s neighbours: Coláiste Mhuire, Parnell Square in context
Lynda Mulvin

Patrons and plasterers: the origin of Dublin rococo stuccowork
Joseph McDonnell

Classicism or comers? The town house interior as commodity
Conor Lucey

Plan form: some comparative thoughts from London
Peter Guillery

Edinburgh: the town house in the capital of North Britain
Alistair Rowan