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Everyday buildings of Ireland

Sean Rothery

Everyday buildings of Ireland

an illustrated introduction to some of the ordinary buildings of town and countryside

by Sean Rothery

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Published by Dept. of Architecture, College of Technology : distributed by J. Duffy in Dublin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture -- Ireland -- Guidebooks.,
    • Architecture -- Details.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementtext, Sean Rothery ; ill., David Gallagher ... [et al.].
      ContributionsGallagher, David.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA982 .R67
      The Physical Object
      Pagination31 p. :
      Number of Pages31
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4945921M
      LC Control Number76373662

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The focus is on the small "everyday" buildings of Ireland - dwellings, workplaces, churches, schools and other local symbols of administration and institution. Great works of architecture, the large country house and the monumental architecture of the city have been omitted, except where they are used to illustrate historical development.5/5(1).

The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage is a state initiative under the administration of the Everyday buildings of Ireland book of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. The purpose of the NIAH is to identify, record, and evaluate the post architectural heritage of Ireland, uniformly and consistently as an aid in the protection and conservation of the built heritage.

The Buildings of Ireland is a series of authoritative guides to Irish architecture. It is based on the model of The Buildings of England, the brainchild of Sir Nikolaus Pevsner ( – ), the leading architectural historian working in Britain in the post war period, who was responsible for the publication of forty-six books describing the architecture of every county in England.

THE AUTHOR SEAN ROTHERY is an architect and architectural historian. Author of ‘Everyday Buildings of Ireland’ (), ‘The Shops of Ireland’ () and ‘Ireland and the New Architecture’ (Lilliput; ).

He has lectured widely in both Europe and the USA. "Identifying, recording and evaluating the post architectural heritage of Ireland." Building of the Month Publications Places to Visit Resources About Us We have produced a series of publications showcasing architectural highlights for each survey area.

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The quadrangular shape, which was used in the churches in the time of St. Patrick, came very slowly into use, and round structures finally disappeared only in. The Pevsner Architectural Guides are a series of guide books to the architecture of Great Britain and Ireland. Begun in the s by the art historian Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, the 46 volumes of the original Buildings of England series were published between and The series was then extended to Scotland, Wales and Ireland in the late s.

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Home Rule: An Irish.Yale University Press, Hardback, pages A uniquely comprehensive guide to the buildings of central Dublin, in the great tradition of the Pevsner series. Churches, public buildings and streets are described for every district, each full of new discoveries and lively detail.

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