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14 Henrietta Street: From Tenement to Suburbia, 1922 - 1979

Fallon, Donal
2021 Publication. In the decades that followed independence, Dublin expanded rapidly as new suburban developments attempted to eradicate the tenement landscape. From streets like Henrietta Street, families moved to places like Crumlin, Cabra, Whitehall and later Ballyfermot. Brendan Behan quipped there was ‘no such thing as suburbia, only Siberia’, but others made happy homes there.

The Building Site in Eighteenth-Century Ireland

Gibney, Arthur

Dublin: A New Illustrated History

Gibney, John
Acclaimed historian John Gibney weaves a multitude of tales to explain how the city of Dublin developed, from its origins to the present day. He forms a rich tapestry of the capital's social, political, cultural and architectural past through anecdotes about personalities, goings-on, buildings, literature and song over the centuries.

The Building of Adare Manor, A Family Chronicle

Hajba, Anna-maria
The Building of Adare Manor tells the story of the trials and triumphs of house building at Adare Manor, County Limerick.

Great Irish Houses - Last Copy - Out of Print

Hart, Trevor

14 Henrietta Street: Georgian Beginnings, 1750 - 1800

Hayes, Melanie
First Published in 2021. In 1800, Henrietta Street was one of the most elegant and elite addresses in all of Georgian Dublin, home to some of the most powerful members of the Anglo-Irish ruling class.

Thomas Street D8: A Study of the Past, A Vision for the Future

Henderson, Emmeline
This book will bring you on a journey through the social and architectural history of Thomas Street.

Meath And Francis Street D8 : A Study of the Past, A Vision of the Future

Hickey, Graham
This book will bring you on a journey through the social and architectural history of Meath Street and Francis Street.

British + Irish Modern: New Houses and Old Houses Made New

Jenkins, Hannah
Featuring an array of award-winning projects, this book demonstrates how key architects across Britain and Ireland are blending contemporary design practices with traditional vernacular buildings.

Irish Period Houses : A Conservation Guidance Manual

Irish Period Houses – A Conservation Guidance Manual is a brand new revision of the previous edition of Period Houses, printed in 2001, which was a pioneering manual for best practice repair and maintenance of period houses in Dublin. The 2016 edition, undertaken by the same author, conservation surveyor Frank Keohane, greatly widens the scope of the manual with a comprehensive array of new topics now covering all of Ireland.