Brian O’Halloran & Associates, Architects, Ireland, Building, Studio, News, Office
Brian O’Halloran & Associates : Architecture Information
Contemporary Irish Architecture Practice – Dublin Design Studio
Brian O’Halloran & Associates – Key Projects
Major Design by this architecture practice:
Sean O’Casey Bridge, Dublin, Ireland
Date built: 2006
Seán O’Casey Bridge (Irish: Droichead Sheáin Uí Chathasaigh) is a pedestrian swingbridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin. It connects City Quay in the Grand Canal Docks area to North Wall Quay and the IFSC.
It was designed by architect Cyril O’Neill and O’Connor Sutton Cronin Consulting Engineers (for which they won an Institution of Structural Engineers Award for Pedestrian Bridges in 2006). The bridge was built in 2005 as part of a large-scale urban renewal scheme under the Dublin Docklands Development Authority to link the north and south quays and rejuvenate both. The swing bridge spans around 100 metres and has two balanced cantilever arms that swing open to permit boats to pass up river.
The bridge is named after the playwright and Irish Citizens Army member Seán O’Casey (1880–1964) who lived in the North Wall area of the city.
source: Seán O’Casey Bridge
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Architect studio based in Dublin – the capital of Ireland
Irish architecture practice established in 1969.
Address: 23 Herbert Place, County Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland
Irish Architects – key contemporary architecture firms in the Republic of Ireland
photo © Ros Kavanagh
Irish Architecture – Selection
Dublin Bridge : Spencer Dock Bridge
Design: Amanda Levete Architects
photograph : Gidon Fuehrer
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Design: Populous, Architects
photo : Chris Gascoigne
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Brian O’Halloran & Associates, Republic of Ireland – page
Website: www.bohaa.ie – no longer working, architect practice seems to be defunct, confirmation welcome
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