The early residential buildings of Trinity College Dublin
The Museum Building of Trinity College Dublin
A model of Victorian craftsmanship
This volume addresses the most influential Victorian building in the city of Dublin and explores the new standard which it set in the use of Irish decorative...
Author/Editor: Christine Casey & Patrick N. Wyse Jackson, editors
The building site in eighteenth-century Ireland
by Arthur Gibney
This study by the late Arthur Gibney takes you among labourers, craftspeople, contractors, builders and designers as they populate the building sites of eighteenth-century Ireland. Gibney tells a...
Author/Editor: Livia Hurley & Edward McParland, editors
More than concrete blocks, vol. I
Dublin City's twentieth-century buildings and their stories: 1900–1940
More than Concrete Blocks: Dublin City’s twentieth-century buildings is a three-volume series of architectural history books which are richly illustrated and written for the general reader. Unpacking the...
Author/Editor: Ellen Rowley, editor
The Best Address in Town
Henrietta Street, Dublin and Its First Residents, 1720-80
Once Dublin’s most exclusive residential street, throughout the eighteenth century Henrietta Street was home to the country’s foremost figures from church, military and state. Here, in this elegant...
Author/Editor: Melanie Hayes