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RIAI in the National News

Below you’ll find an overview of some of the press that the RIAI and its members have recently received. We will keep this list updated on a regular basis. Please email cfinglas@riai.ie if you would like details of a particular clip.

 

IF YOU ONLY DO ONE THING…

Source: Sunday Independent-Living supplement ( Saturday, April 29, 2017 )

IF YOU ONLY IX) ONE THING... Support Simon The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) and the Simon Communities have launched the annual RIAI Simon Open Door campaign, when Read more


How do i extend my kitchen?

Source: Sunday Independent-Property ( Saturday, April 29, 2017 )

with an RIAI member, dedicated to your specific design query. Every cent of your €90 fee goes to the RIAI Simon Open Door project, helping provide accommodation and meals in a transitional house for 10 nights; to fund a home starter Read more


Home truths

Source: Irish Farmers Journal Country Living ( Friday, April 28, 2017 )

wrong with that, and we owe more to people.” IMPROVING HOMELESSNESS To that end, Dermot is involved in the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) Simon Open Door campaign, which aims to raise over €100,000 in support of the Read more


Hospital shambles proof we must aim for evidence-based delivery of major projects

Source: Irish Independent Tabloid - Business Week ( Wednesday, April 26, 2017 )

value for money in terms of the benefits it will bring. Also at the colloquium, Carole Pollard, president of the Royal Institute of Architects Ireland suggested setting up a similar body, which she called a National Infrastructure Delivery Agency. We already Read more


Suburban bar and off-licence listed for sale at €500,000

Source: Irish Examiner ( Wednesday, April 26, 2017 )

which opened last year after a €1.5m Government and a 62.5m City Hall investment was runner up in the 2016 RIAI Awards, and was designed by in-house City Council architects. ■ Details: Cohalan Downing Associates 021-4277717 Hollyhill Inn is near the Read more


How to get planning permission

Source: Sunday Independent-Property ( Saturday, April 22, 2017 )

expert. DESIGN AND ENGAGING AN ARCHITECT Your process should begin with engaging a qualified professional for your project. A registered RIAI architect is the most appropriate professional for such a task, as she or he is best qualified in the necessary Read more


EXPERT ADVICE AND INSPIRATION FOR YOUR HOME

Source: Irish Independent-Supplement 1 ( Thursday, April 20, 2017 )

15 minutes! RIAI BUILD & EXTEND THEATRE Seeking advice for your home extension, remodelling or a new build? The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland have brought together a fantastic panel of experienced, registered architects in the RIAI Build & Read more


UNLOCK YOUR HOME'S HIDDEN POTENTIAL

Source: Irish Independent-Supplement 1 ( Thursday, April 20, 2017 )

NEW LEASE OF LIFE R1AI jgy.' gSi, ur homes need j||to adapt to our 11 III changing life circumstances," says Kathryn Meghen, CEO of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI), "from young couples and families to older people Read more


UP to 30'000 people expected at spring homes event at RDS

Source: Irish Times - Home & Design ( Friday, April 14, 2017 )

the growth in the number of people building their own home, which is why we are working with the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. It has brought together a panel of experienced, registered architects who will be offering talks Read more


Architect report examines interesting built and unbuilt work in Cork

Source: Cork Independent ( Wednesday, April 12, 2017 )

Projects were identified following an open call-out to RIAI members and visits by the Architecture Ireland editorial team. RIAI President, Carole Pollard said: “What this issue of Architecture Ireland demonstrates is the high level of talent, expertise and skills of architectural Read more


Focus on future of Cork architecture

Source: Irish Examiner ( Monday, April 10, 2017 )

Focus on future of Cork architecture The Cork issue of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland’s Journal was launched at the Glucksman Gallery, UCC yesterday. It’s the first time the institute Read more


'We need creative building… co-operative housing and apartments without walls'

Source: Irish Independent Tabloid ( Sunday, April 09, 2017 )

have to “get more creative” and design better apartments to halt urban sprawl and foster communities. President of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) Carole Pollard also says we need a new model for developing the cores of Read more


How do I find out about the history of my house?

Source: Sunday Independent-Property ( Saturday, April 08, 2017 )

for guidance only and readers are advised to seek professional assistance for any proposed project T • From May 13-19, RIAI-registered architects across the country are offering one-hour consultations for €90, a fraction of the normal cost and every cent will Read more


THE TRUE TONE OF THE CRITIC'S WORK

Source: Irish Examiner-Property ( Friday, April 07, 2017 )

twice for CICA, The International Committee of Architectural Critics’ Book and Journal Awards for contributions to Architecture Ireland and the RIAI Annual Review. BELOW: Christ the King Church, Turner's Cross, Cork. Below left: Architect Michael Scott at Busarus, built between 1945 Read more


Home front: Interiors, design, people, events

Source: Irish Times - Home & Design ( Friday, April 07, 2017 )

but they can’t afford to move house. Launched by architect and TV presenter Dermot Bannon this week, the 13th annual RIAI Simon Open Door campaign aims to shine a little light into the gloom by raising €100,000 for the Simon Communities Read more


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