doublEEco Project- Dublin Typology

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Street and Building typologies in Dublin, especially distinct social housing and areas with high social mix around the city.

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timberyard social housing - dublin - o'donnell tuomey

Timberyard Social Housing / O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects

The development consists of a new housing scheme comprising of 47 dwellings and a street level community facility in the historic Liberties area of...

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Timberyard Social Housing / O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects

The development consists of a new housing scheme comprising of 47 dwellings and a street level community facility in the historic Liberties area of...

This is the door of Block E, Iveagh Trust, Bride Street. The Iveagh Trust was a social housing development started by the guiness family and still providing social housing in the city to this day.

This is the door of Block E, Iveagh Trust, Bride Street. The Iveagh Trust was a social housing development started by the guiness family and still providing social housing in the city to this day.

O'Devaney Gardens pictured in 2008- typical social housing which has had an outstanding redevelopment plan for over 15 years. Still unrealised.

After more than 15 years, plans for O'Devaney Gardens officially scrapped

O’Devaney Gardens was supposed to be a model for fixing an area plagued with problems – but it all went wrong.

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I am currently facinated by the variation and detail in the mosaics on the Dublin Corporation Flats around the cuty. Heres a good Built Dublin blog post on some.

Mosaics, Dublin Corporation flats, Lower Kevin Street and North William Street

A nice piece on Indy Media about the upkeep of social housing around the boom time and the selling off of assets to housing associations and ppps.

FFF vs PPP: Fight For the Flats or Public Private Partnerships?

Sale of the Century... Dublin City Council to sell off housing stock. Indymedia Ireland is a media collective. We are independent volunteer journalists producing and distributing the authentic voices of the people Indymedia Ireland is a media collective. We are independent volunteer citizen journalists producing and distributing the authentic voices of the people. Indymedia Ireland is an open news project where anyone can post their own news, comment, videos or photos about Ireland or…

Holles Street is one of the few social housing developments which has actually undegone regeneration. The additional building contained private units as well as social housing and the existing dewllings were renovated.

Holles Street

Construction of 9 no. Mews Apartments, refurbishment of 14 no. ground floor flats, construction of 11 affordable units in landmark 7 storey building together with ...

Crampton Court, Temple Bar- One of my favorite hidden jems of Dublin and a lovely typology. Rarely seen but found in odd places like Blackrock Village.

Crampton Court, Temple Bar- One of my favorite hidden jems of Dublin and a lovely typology. Rarely seen but found in odd places like Blackrock Village.

Amazon.com: John Bull's Other Homes: State Housing and British Policy in Ireland, 1883-1922 (9780853236702): Murray Fraser: Books

John Bull's Other Homes: State Housing and British Policy in Ireland, 1883-1922

John Bull's Other Homes: State Housing and British Policy in Ireland, 1883-1922 [Fraser, Murray] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. John Bull's Other Homes: State Housing and British Policy in Ireland, 1883-1922

2011 Biennial National Social Housing Conference - Housing Ireland 2020 | ICSH- access for the presentations.

2011 Biennial National Social Housing Conference - Housing Ireland 2020 - Irish Council for Social Housing

Photo: Mr. Gene Clayton, ICSH President; Mr. Donal McManus, ICSH Executive Director and Minister Willie Penrose, T.D., Minister for Housing and Planning