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The vision of the Irish Georgian Society is to conserve, protect and foster an interest and a respect for Ireland’s architectural heritage and decorative arts.

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Georgian Splendour!
IGS is delighted to announce art historian, writer and guide Arran Henderson of Dublin Decoded. The walk will view the great 18th century residential and public buildings of the area, and discuss their architecture, design, ornament and the development of the Georgian style.
City Assembly House - a history
Built by the Society of Artists in the 1760s and '70s, the City Assembly House has since served as Dublin's City Hall, as the founding home of the Conservatory of Music, and as a museum. Today it is being restored as the new home of the Irish Georgian Society
Restoring the City Assembly House
Restored thanks to the generous fundraising and donations of IGS members.
Traditional Building Skills Register
The TBS Register contains craftspeople and professionals with good conservation expertise and who are essential for those working on traditionally built buildings
Belline rustic temple lodge, Piltown, Co. Kilkenny
Collapse of 'At Risk' protected structure of national importance
Robert Adam’s ‘Eating Parlor’, Headfort, Co. Meath
The sole surviving Robert Adam interior in Ireland, restored to mark the 50th anniversary of the IGS

Our Updates

29.07.2014

Georgian Splendour - Wednesday Walking Tours

Georgian Splendour Walking Tours

Every Wednesday afternoon, there are Georgian Splendour walking tours that leave the IGS Headquarters City Assembly House, the tours are conducted by Dublin...

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16.07.2014

Lissen Hall Summer Drinks Party 2014

IGS Members and friends enjoying summer drinks in Lissen Hall in Swords on Saturday 12th July.

Lissen Hall Summer Drinks 2014

Robert O'Byrne, Lady Sheelagh Davis Goff & Sir Robert Goff

Brian...

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26.06.2014

Wallpaper book launch

On Wednesday the 25th of June, Dr Toby Barnard launched David Skinner’s sumptuous Churchill House Press book, Wallpaper in Ireland 1700-1900. This lavishly illustrated book is the first devoted to...

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