Access

Introduction

Direct access to the Archive’s contents is provided only in the Archive’s reading room in 45 Merrion Square.

The reading room is open to the public from 10am to 5pm, Tuesdays to Fridays.

Access on Mondays can be arranged by appointment (e-mail info@iarc.ie or phone +353 1 6633040 to make a booking).

All legitimate researchers are welcome. There are no admittance charges but access is at the discretion of the Archive staff, and all readers are required to register before they can use the reading room.

Members of staff are always on hand to assist readers and provide direction in identifying relevant material.

For more see the Reading Room Rules and Regulations.

 

News

17/04/2015

by Colum O'Riordan

Absorbing Modernity

A discussion of the Irish and British Pavilions at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale. Chaired by Shane O’Toole. Gary Boyd and John McLaughlin, Co-Commissioners/Curators of the Irish Pavilion, join Alastair Donald, Project Director of the British Pavilion, to discuss modernity and the evolution of architecture over the past 100 years. They will consider national pavilions at Venice and the direction … Read more

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