Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

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RIAI Award Winner 2020: Toulouse School of Economics by Grafton Architects
RIAI Award Winner 2020: Toulouse School of Economics by Grafton Architects
RIAI Award Winner 2020: Toulouse School of Economics by Grafton Architects
Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

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RIAI Award Winner 2020: Free Market by The Free Market Team
RIAI Award Winner 2020: Free Market by The Free Market Team
RIAI Award Winner 2020: Free Market by The Free Market Team
Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

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RIAI Awards 2020: Candle Community by McGarry Ní Éanaigh Architects
RIAI Awards 2020: Candle Community by McGarry Ní Éanaigh Architects
RIAI Awards 2020: Candle Community by McGarry Ní Éanaigh Architects
Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

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RIAI Awards 2020: A House, Coach House & Garden by Culligan Architects. Photo by Damien Culligan
RIAI Awards 2020: A House, Coach House & Garden by Culligan Architects. Photo by Damien Culligan
RIAI Awards 2020: A House, Coach House & Garden by Culligan Architects. Photo by Damien Culligan
Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

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RIAI Future Award Winner 2020: Jane Larmour, House Extension Sutton by ALWA Architects. Photo by Ros Kavanagh
RIAI Future Award Winner 2020: Jane Larmour, House Extension Sutton by ALWA Architects. Photo by Ros Kavanagh
RIAI Future Award Winner 2020: Jane Larmour, House Extension Sutton by ALWA Architects. Photo by Ros Kavanagh
Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

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RIAI Future Award Winner 2020: Thomas O’Brien, Killan Farmhouse by tob Architects. Photo: Aisling McCoy
RIAI Future Award Winner 2020: Thomas O’Brien, Killan Farmhouse by tob Architects. Photo: Aisling McCoy
RIAI Future Award Winner 2020: Thomas O’Brien, Killan Farmhouse by tob Architects. Photo: Aisling McCoy
Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

Driving excellence in architecture and the built environment

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RIAI Award Winner 2020: Nano Nagle Place – Masterplan for South Presentation Convent by JCA Architects
RIAI Award Winner 2020: Nano Nagle Place – Masterplan for South Presentation Convent by JCA Architects
RIAI Award Winner 2020: Nano Nagle Place – Masterplan for South Presentation Convent by JCA Architects

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