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Irish Architectural Archive

Colum O'Riordan, Director

Irish Architectural Archive, 45 Merrion Square, Dublin 2

P: 01 6633040

The Irish Architectural Archive is a charitable company which was established in 1976 to collect, preserve, and make available to the public, material of every kind on or relating to the architecture of Ireland. The collection covers all types of buildings in the 32 counties of Ireland from early christian to contemporary and includes over 300,000 photographs, 75,000 architectural drawings and over 10,000 books and journals. (Opening Time:10.00am - 5.00pm (Tuesday - Friday/ Closed - month of August)


Users of the register should be mindful that the register has been complied from information given by those listed and no responsibility is accepted by the Irish Georgian Society for the accuracy of the information, or for any fault or accident arising from the workmanship of anyone listed, or from materials used or supplied by them. Descriptions of conservation work undertaken was requested, and is listed under each entry, so that the skills and achievements of each individual or firm can be assessed by the user of the register.  Inclusion should not be regarded as either a recommendation or an endorsement by the Society. The Register is not comprehensive and no criticism is implied or intended of an individual or firm not included. Every reasonable care has been taken in the compiling of the register but no responsibility is accepted for errors and omissions.

The Register will be updated regularly, so if you wish to be included or are aware of any omissions, please contact us.

Please be advised that the Construction Industry Federation also maintains a list of registered heritage contractors which may also be of benefit to consult, click here for more information.

For more regional information, your local conservation officer, whose contact details are included in the useful addresses section, may also be able to provide you with details of local craftspeople and contractors.