Baroque in Italy

A new photographic exhibition celebrating the Baroque in Italy runs in the Irish Architectural Archive Architecture Galley and the Italian Cultural Institute from 5 to 22 November 2013. A special lecture on the Baroque in Italy will be given by Prof. Domenica Pasculli Ferrara and Elisabetta Tonazzi in the Irish Architectural Archive at 3pm on Saturday 9 November 2013. Booking is essential.

Berlin Palace Exhibition and Panel Disucssion

The Irish Architectural Archive, with the support of the German Embassy in Dublin, is hosting an exhibition on the proposal by the Humboldt Forum Foundation Berlin to reinstate the demolished Berlin Palace in the heart of Berlin as a site for world culture.The proposal is regard as one of Germany’s most significant cultural projects, and the Germany Embassy views the presentation of the exhibition in Dublin as an important contribution to Ireland’s EU Presidency. The exhibition will open on Thursday 17 January 2013 and run for 4 weeks. It be accompanied by a lecture series and a panel discussion featuring Prof Franco Stella, the competition-winning architect for the project,  on Friday 18 Janu

ary 2013 at 6.30 pm in the Edmund Burke Theatre, TCD.

Merrion Square 250

Coming soon to the Irish Architectural Archive Architecture Gallery:

Merrion Square 250. An exhibition of drawings from the National Archives of Ireland at the Irish Architectural Archive to mark the 250th anniversary of the creation of Merrion Square.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of lectures reflecting on Merrion Square and its architecture.

Heritage Week Lecture

Kevin Mulligan will lecture on his forthcoming Buildings of Ireland volume: Armagh, Cavan, Monaghan (South Ulster) in the Irish Architectural Archive at 1 pm on Thursday 23 August . This is a Heritage Week Event. Booking via the Irish Architectural Archive (  01 6633040).

Celebrating Pugin Lecture Series

The Celebrating Pugin lecture series is now over. The Archive is extremely grateful to Rory O’Donnell, Christine Casey, Lynda Mulvin, Freddie O’Dwyer, John Maiben Gilmartin and Michael Tierney for sharing so freely of their time and expertise.

We would also like to thank all those who came to the lectures and helped to make this one of the most successful Series organised by the Archive to date.