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Irish Architecture Awards Night at The Woodquay Venue - See the Winners

Published: Thursday, June 28, 2012

The RIAI announced the 2012 Irish Architecture Awards on 21 June at the Woodquay venue, Dublin City Council. There were 13 Awards across a diverse range of categories, which are featured on the Irish Architecture Awards website.  The following awards were made on the night:

 

Best Emerging Practice and Best House - Steve Larkin Architects           

The Award for Best Emerging Practice and Best House was presented to Steve Larkin Architects by Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan.   

 

Best Conservation/ Restoration - Monaghan Courthouse 

The Best Conservation/Restoration Award was presented to OPW Architectural Services by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan. Recieving the award from left to right are: Sean Moylan from OPW Architectural Services and Paul Burns from the Courts Service.

 

 Best Cultural            Best Cultural Building - Lyric Theatre Belfast  

   

The Best Cultural Building Award was presented to O'Donnell + Tuomey Architects  by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan. Recieving the awards from left to right are John Tuomey and Richard Wakely.

 

Best Educational Building - New Extension To Girls Primary School

The Best Educational Building Award was presented to Mary Laheen Architects by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan.Recieving the awards from left to right are Angela Mitchell and Mary Laheen.

 

 Best Health Project - Dublin Dental Hospital                                                             

  

The Best Health Project Award was presented to Mc Cullough Mulvin Architects by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan. Recieving the awards from left to right are Valerie Mulvin, Pat O'Boyle (client,CEO Dublin Dental Hospital), Ruth O'Herlihy and Niall McCullough.

 

Best Housing (More than One Unit) - Sean Treacy House

 

The Best Housing (More Than One Unit) Award was presented to Paul Keogh Architecs by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan. Recieving the awards from left to right are Kieran Gallagher, Patrick Gilsenan, Paul Keogh and Rachael Chidlow.        .

 

Best House Extension - Butterfly House

Best House Extension was presented to LiD Architects by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan. Receiving the award are architect Deirdre McMenamin and client Niamh McCabe.

 

 Best International Project - Central Park Bridge, London Olympics 2012                 

   

The Best International Award was presented to Heneghan Peng Architects by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan. Recieving the awards is Roisin Heneghan.

 

 Best Public Building - Wexford County Council HQ

 

The Best Public Building Award  was presented to Robin Lee Architecture in association with Arthur Gibney Partners by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan. Recieving the awards are Dennis Kennedy, Robin Lee, Leon Shakeshaft, Eddie Breen.

 

 Best Bets   Best dsdfhsdfhjsdfmvBest Public Space - The Metals Project, Phase 1                   

    

The Best Public Space/Urban Design Award was presented to  Dun Laoghaire County Council Architects Department by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan. Recieving the awards from left to right are Andrew Devonport, Bob Hannan and Andree Dargan.

 

Best Sustainable And Public Choice Award-Engineering Building, NUI Galway

The Winner of Public Choice and Best Sustainable Award was presented to Taylor Architects/RMJM by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan. Recieving the Awards from left to right are Niall Taylor, Conor Pittman, Aodh Dalton ( NUIG).

 

Best Leisure - Tropical Biome, Leipzig

The Best Leisure Award was presented to Henchion Reuter Architects by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn TD and RIAI President Michelle Fagan. Receiving the award is Martin Henchion.

 

 

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