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In a week in which half the country tuned in to see what Dermot Bannon would do for Daniel and Majella, it is appropriate that two of Galway’s largest credit unions announce details of an event that gives us all a chance to create the house of our dreams.
A decade after it was first announced, and after many delays and setbacks along the way, Galway's three-screen arthouse cinema, Pálás, finally opens its doors tomorrow evening, Friday February 23.
The award winning residential sales team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard have recently been appointed the selling agents for one of the most impressive family homes to come to the open market in the Salthill/Knocknacarra area in recent times. The team have just launched No 16 Carragh Close, Carragh Hill, to the market and are very excited about the prospects for this truly wonderful property.
Element Pictures has announced PÁLÁS (formerly Picture Palace) is now nearing completion and will open to the public in early 2018.
SELMA MAE seems to have the perfect life, beautiful home, children, architect husband…but when her social climbing mother arrives to help organise a party to celebrate the completion of her state-of-the-art extension, cracks begin to show.
The Castlebar Home Improvement Show returns to the Breaffy Events Arena this weekend, and will feature creative stands from many of Ireland’s most talented design professionals, furniture providers, and home improvement suppliers. National and international exhibitors will showcase at the event on Saturday October 14 and Sunday October 15 which also features expert advice from specialists, and all of the latest design and product innovation.
Sherry FitzGerald welcomes this substantial detached family residence at Bothar na Greine, Barna, to the market for sale by private treaty. This property is on a 0.86 acre site of well planned established gardens overlooking Galway Bay. Architect designed by Simon J Kelly architects and built in 1998, the residence offers extensive accommodation and takes full advantage of the site and natural features particularly views, aspect, light, and sun.
A keynote event on the first day of the inaugural Architecture at the Edge festival will provide an opportunity for architects, planners, designers, creatives and local communities to talk about the shape of our built environment. The half day symposium entitled ‘Placemaking’ will be held on Friday 29th September at the O’Donoghue Centre NUI, Galway. What makes a great place to live? Who is involved in the making of places in which we live, work and play? How can we make more of our public places? These are just some of the questions to be explored at the symposium.
Architecture at the Edge, a new festival designed to help citizens understand the many ways architecture impacts our lives, has launched its inaugural programme. The festival, which runs from September 29 to October 1 throughout County Galway and into County Mayo includes expert-led guided tours, talks, workshops and exhibitions and will offer audiences a unique opportunity to explore homes, buildings and spaces that are not usually open to the public.
The Lion’s Tower was part of the old city wall. In the last century, it was situated on Eglinton Street between the Garda Barracks and the Savoy Cinema. Our photograph today, which we show you courtesy of the Board of Works, dates from about 1950 and shows the tower as seen from the yard beside the barracks.