structure details

Cork County Hall,
Carrigrohane Road,
Republic of Ireland

structure history

1967 original construction
  » Cork County Council Architects
  » McSweeney, Patrick
2002 - 2006 renovated
  » Shay Cleary Architects

Other architects involved

  » Scott Tallon Walker [Note: comp]
  » Murray O'Laoire Associates [Note: comp]
  » de Blacam & Meagher [Note: comp]
  » Boyd Barrett Murphy O'Connor [Note: comp]
  » Avery Associates Architects [Note: comp]

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A history of Irish modernism - 1966 : the binary conditions of Irish architectural Modernism (2019)Part of Book
New Irish architecture - 22 : AAI awards 2007 - Redevelopment of Cork County Hall (2007)Part of Book
[Construction] 80 at 80 : 1950s and 1960s : Cork County Hall (August / September 2015)Journal Article
[Irish building] PJ Hegarty & Sons: partnership building (August / September 2013)Journal Article
[Architecture Ireland] Redevelopment - Cork County Hall (2007)Journal Article
[Plan architectural review] Cork County Hall redevelopment (2007)Journal Article
[Construction and property news] Modernist revamp for state's tallest building (July 2006)Journal Article
[Architecture Ireland] Redevelopment of Cork County Hall 1999 to 2006 (September 2006)Journal Article
[Architecture Ireland] Cork County Hall - a master-stroke (September 2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] High renaissance : the low energy renewal of Ireland's tallest building (2006)Journal Article
[Irish arts review] Recent Cork architecture : resurgence and vision (Winter 2006)Journal Article
[Construction] Case study : beyond the County Hall doors (December 2006 / January 2007)Journal Article
[Project management] County Hall is a triumph of design (October / November 2006)Journal Article
[Prefabricated building systems] Innovative facelift for Cork County Hall (2003)Journal Article
[Irish architectural review] Cork County Hall refurbishment and extension design contest (2000)Journal Article
[Architectural survey] (1969)Journal Article