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The fourth volume of the RIAI’s Annual Review, Irish Architecture 2013/14 was launched by Jimmy Deenihan, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and RIAI Vice President Grainne Shaffrey at the RIAI. The publication was realised with the support of the Government Policy on Architecture (2009-2015).
The RIAI Annual Review, Irish Architecture 2013/14 celebrates the achievements in design and conservation by Irish architects, showcasing 20 projects across a variety of strands including culture, public, education, housing, international and the work of emerging practices. These projects are internationally recognised to be of the highest quality; with all of the projects winning national awards and many being recipients of international recognition. Irish architecture is currently considered to be of the highest international quality and the RIAI is once again delighted to celebrating a selection of this work in its Annual Review.
Following on from the tradition established by Volumes 1–3, the RIAI will be using the publication to promote the work of Irish architects on an international scale.
The accompanying essays in the Volume address the contribution of Irish architecture to society, the cultural history of Irish architecture and the imaginative work of emerging practices.
The RIAI Annual Review, Irish Architecture 2013/14 is NOT an IAF event and is delivered by The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) for more information please visit this website.