Four Dublin City Council public housing projects have made the shortlist for an award that celebrates Ireland’s favourite building or public space, writes Rachel Cunningham.
The prestigious Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) Public Choice Award gives members of the public a chance to choose their favourite project designed by Irish-registered Architects.
53 projects in total are in the running for the award this year.
The four Dublin City Council projects shortlisted are North King St, designed by Dublin City Council Architects, O’Devaney Gardens, designed by Dublin City Council Architects, Dominick Hall and Ellis Court.
Members of the public can vote for their choice here: www.riai.ie/public-choice-award-poll.
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