structure details

American Embassy,
Republic of Ireland

This structure contains the following sub-structures

structure history

1964 original construction
  » Johansen, John MacLane

Other architects involved

  » Michael Scott & Partners

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The new offices of the Embassy of the United States of America in Dublin, Ireland (1964)Book
More than concrete blocks : Dublin city's twentieth-century buildings and their stories : 1940-72 - Case study : American Embassy : Ballsbridge : Dublin 4 : 1964 (2019)Part of Book
A history of Irish modernism - 1966 : the binary conditions of Irish architectural Modernism (2019)Part of Book
Art and Architecture of Ireland Volume IV : Architecture - Building materials, construction and interior decoration (2014)Part of Book
Irish architecture : the RIAI annual review 2011 / 2012 - Ireland and the United States of America : architects and their ideas traverse the Atlantic in both directions (2011)Part of Book
Ireland, design and visual culture : negotiating modernity, 1922-1992 - From Dublin to Chicago and back again : an exploration of the influence of Americanised Modernism on the culture of Dublin's architecture, 1945-1975 (2011)Part of Book
The architecture of diplomacy : building America's embassies - Deadlock over Dublin (1999)Part of Book
Ireland : 20th century architecture - (1997)Part of Book
[Construction] 80 at 80 : 1950s and 1960s : American Embassy (August / September 2015)Journal Article
[Plan] Iconic American Embassy celebrates the Big 50 (May / June 2014)Journal Article
[Architecture Ireland] The year in architecture : John M Johansen : radical architect of the American Embassy in Dublin (November / December 2012)Journal Article
[Architecture Ireland] Rearview : John Johansen : an American in Dublin (2010)Journal Article
[Building] The Irish architectural scene (9 September 1966)Journal Article
[Progressive architecture] Johansen's honeycomb embassy opens (September 1964)Journal Article
[Architectural forum] For Eire, a new 'Celtic tower' (November 1958)Journal Article
[Architects' journal] Embassy with a new twist (14 August 1958)Journal Article