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Huge levels of interest for DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard’s July auctions following first weekend of open viewings
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is already reporting high levels of interest in its July auctions following the first weekend of open viewings. The various properties scattered throughout the city and county kept the auction team busy with potential buyers eager for a first glimpse of the properties, which will be auctioned on Friday July 24 in the Radisson Blu Hotel just before the city launches into Race Week.
Simon Open Door is a unique and interesting fundraising event where architects from all over Ireland provide house-design advice to members of the public in return for a €50 donation to the Simon Communities of Ireland. The event takes place on April 24 and 25 with six Mayo architect practices participating.
Galway had a tram in 1904 and if the GLUAS light rail system can be incorporated into the forthcoming transport plan for the city, a modern tram system will be back 110 years later in 2014.
The shortlist for the prestigious RIAI Silver Medal for Housing was announced this week and includes Cluain Padraig Housing in Westport. Designed by Galway based architecture practice, Simon J Kelly and Partners, Cluain Padraig is one of five housing projects shortlisted for the Biennial Silver Medal, the RIAI’s premier housing award which encourages and celebrates excellence of design in housing.
The Arts Council and the Office of Public Works have announced architect Orla Murphy of Simon J Kelly and Partners Architects, as the winner of the Kevin Kieran Award 2009-2011. The award is a partnership between the Arts Council and the Office of Public Works, offering an emerging architect an opportunity to develop and deliver a research project worth €50,000 over two years, and subsequently to design and run a building contract for the OPW.
This substantial 3,000sq ft residence is sited on c1 acre site in a verdant hollow near the river Corrib in Bushypark. Designed by award winning architect Pat McCabe of Simon J Kelly & Partners, the residence won an award for design in 1999, shortly after its completion.
More than 170 architects, architectural graduates, and students already have registered their interest in submitting their ideas for the redevelopment of the Centre Pier in Galway Harbour.