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Award Type:Irish Architecture Awards
The jury considered ‘Nano Nagle Place’ an exemplar urban renewal project. It demonstrates how large redundant building complexes can be sensitively transformed for a varied mix of uses and creates an attractive destination that positively contributes to the surrounding area.
The success of the completed project is on many levels: the sustainable reuse of historic buildings, retaining their character and significance; the transmission of the site’s values; the continuity of the memory of the original religious community, and the re-organisation of private space to make it more accessible and provide a contemporary meeting place.