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Journal TitleArchitectural review
Article TitleForeign correspondence
AuthorClancy, Andrew
DateJune 2019
Contentillustrations, photos, text
Note(s)Irish architecture evinces a proud vernacular tradition, yet a great deal of cross pollination has been at play, translating and transmuting external influences. With a variety of examples ranging from the 10th century stone monastery on St Macdara's Island to Tom de Paor's peat briquette construction for the 2000 Venice Biennale, the author shows how Irish architectural culture is one of import / export.
Subject(s)vernacular architecture ; historic buildings ; peat ; exhibition buildings ; history ; monasteries ; one-off houses
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