2022 Architectural Conservation Awards Shortlisted Projects
Posted by IGS
The Irish Georgian Society launched the 2022 Architectural Conservation and Original Drawing Awards sponsored by John Paul Construction in the Spring, receiving a total of 20 applications across the two categories. The Awards are open to Irish architects and architectural practices, building surveyors, contractors, engineers, and other professionals involved in the conservation of historic buildings on the island of Ireland.
The judging panel consisting of Livia Hurley (Chair), Karen Latimer, Simon Lincoln, Frank McDonald, and Kevin V Mulligan, met in May to reduce the 16 applications for the Architectural Conservation Project category to a shortlist of nine projects. The panel gained Andrew Tierney as additional panelist for the shortlist tour which they completed at the end of August.
Please join us as we announce the winner of the 2022 Architectural Conservation and Original Drawing Awards at a reception hosted at the City Assembly House on Thursday 20 October at 6:30pm.
Congratulations to the shortlisted projects:
Alistair Coey - Gunpowder Store in Donaghadee
Howley Hayes - Carlingford Castle in Carlingford & 9 Merrion Square in Dublin
Fingal County Council - Casino Railway Museum in Malahide
Lotts Architecture - Riverstown House in Kildangan
FMP Architects - Honan Chapel UCC in Cork City
ACP Architectural Conservation Professionals - Dunraven Fountain in Adare
O'Neill Architects - ONA Farmhouse in Nenagh
Office of Public Works - Gate of Justice at Dublin Castle