structure details

Dublin City Council Civic Offices,
Wood Quay,
Republic of Ireland

structure history

1994 original construction
  » Scott Tallon Walker

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Ireland : 20th century architecture - (1997)Part of Book
New Irish architecture 11 : AAI awards 1996 - Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin : Phase II (1996)Part of Book
Building on the edge of Europe - (1996)Part of Book
Irish architecture '96 : RIAI regional awards - (1996)Part of Book
[Select architecture] Four pillars of democracy (Summer 2005)Journal Article
[LAN local authority news] Civic Offices Water Conservation Project (2004)Journal Article
[Irish architectural review : RIAI Triennial medal awards ; RIAI regional awards 1999 ; architectural competitions 1998-1999] Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin (1999)Journal Article
[Irish building] Civic Offices go green (March 1998)Journal Article
[Irish architect] RIAI Triennial Gold Medal award 1992/94 (April 1998)Journal Article
[European building] Civic Offices new CHP unit (March 1997)Journal Article
[Construction] Ove Arup & Partners (March 1997)Journal Article
[EMI : environmental management Ireland] Energy efficiency for a new era: Civic Offices and Temple Bar area go green (1997)Journal Article
[Arup journal] Dublin Civic Offices, phase 2 (1996)Journal Article
[Irish construction industry magazine] Gearing up for growth (September 1994)Journal Article
[Plan] Space maker (1994)Journal Article
[Irish architect] Civic Offices, Woodquay, Dublin (November / December 1994)Journal Article
[Irish architect] Civic offices competition (January / February 1993)Journal Article
[Irish architect] Scott Tallon Walker's civic success (November / December 1992)Journal Article