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RIAI Public Choice Award 2021 Winner Field, Stonewall, House by Taylor McCarney Architects. Photo Donal MurphyRIAI Public Choice Award 2021 Winner Field, Stonewall, House by Taylor McCarney Architects. Photo Donal Murphy
Founded in 1989, the RIAI Awards are Ireland’s premier architecture awards. They recognise the quality of current work by RIAI Members at home and abroad and create awareness of the contribution that architecture makes to society for everyone’s benefit.
The RIAI Awards are given annually to acknowledge excellence in design and delivery of buildings practically completed in the previous year. The Awards are organised across categories to recognise the wide-ranging contribution that Architects make across all building types, infrastructure and across all scales. Each completed project is unique, responding to a given set of challenges and opportunities.
The RIAI announced the winners of the 2022 RIAI Awards at a ceremony held in MoLI, Museum of Literature Ireland on 23 June 2022. The RIAI announced 18 Award Winners across 13 categories, including Adaptation & Re-Use, International, Cultural and Public Buildings, Learning Environments, Wellbeing, Public Spaces, Workplace and Living. You can view all the Award Winners here.
10 - 12 Hanover Quay, Dublin Docklands was chosen as the winner of the Public Choice category. Designed by O' Mahony Pike Architects with Mola Architects, 10 - 12 Hanover Quay, Dublin Docklands faced considerable competition from a shortlist of over 30 projects.
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