Terminal 2, Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport’s magnificent Terminal 2, designed by Pascall+Watson architects, was officially opened by then Taoiseach Brian Cowen in November 2010.

Terminal 2, Dublin Airport

Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport resembles a massive alien space craft in this long-exposure night image which also captures the light trails of cars on the road which runs directly beneath this very 21st century Irish building. Photo for daa (Dublin Airport Authority)

ESB International HQ

The headquarters of ESB International is one of three large modern corporate office space developments known as Dublin Airport Central situated opposite Terminal 2.

Old Central Bank Building, Dublin

The former Irish Central Bank building in Dublin’s Dame Street remains an iconic landmark in the city centre. Designed by the renowned Irish architect Sam Stephenson, it was the focus of much criticism and discontent in 1970s Dublin. Many people disliked the size of the building and felt its appearance was radically out of step with the character of the …

Dublin Civic Building #3

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Dublin Civic Building #1

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Dublin Civic Building #2

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Fly Past, Dublin Convention Centre

With some images, simplicity is best. Straight lines, strongly defined areas of light and dark. And then the photographer waits for that little extra ingredient that brings it all together. The seagulls around Dublin’s docklands are probably not hugely interested in current architectural trends. But they remind us that, even in the middle of the most modern urban landscape, we’re …

Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin

The Samuel Beckett Bridge has become such an evocative emblem of Dublin that it feels like it’s been there far longer than its mere eight years or so. Of course, the timing of this wonderful symbol of a prosperous and vibrant 21st century European capital could hardly have been worse. Construction began in 2007 – the year before the Celtic Tiger …