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Du lundi au vendredi : 14h - 18h
Nocturne le mercredi jusqu'à 20h
Fermé week-end et jours fériés

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Carole Jacquet
Responsable des ressources documentaires

Marion Mossu
Chargée de ressources documentaires

Tel : 01 58 52 10 83 / 33

Où nous trouver ?

Tout près du Panthéon !
Centre Culturel Irlandais
5, rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris

RER B : Luxembourg
Métros : M10 Cardinal Lemoine / M7 Place Monge
Bus : 84, 89, 21, 27

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Livre

No single book can capture the multifarious characteristics of a city. Dublin by Design, by celebrating the city’s architectural and urban works, reveals a fascinating story of the making and remaking of its fabric. Marking one hundred years sin[...]
Rencontre avec Shelley McNamara de Grafton Architects

Evénement enregistré

Shelley MCNAMARA, Auteur | 2020
Événement enregistré dans le cadre de la programmation culturelle du CCI. Fondé en 1978 par Yvonne Farrell et Shelley McNamara, Grafton Architects est devenu en quarante ans l’une des plus grandes agences au monde. Les projets du duo d’architec[...]
History on your Doorstep

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Maeve CASSERLY, Éditeur scientifique ; Bernard KELLY, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : Dublin City Council | 2018
- Suffragette's City: a walking tour of the suffrage movement in Dublin City, Maeve Casserly - Tenements, suburbia and the remarkable architect Herbert Simms, Donal Fallon - "My Dear Men": The Monica Roberts Collection from the First World War[...]
Dublin’s Fitzwilliam Estate

Article

This article explores how the Fitzwilliam family’s great Dublin estate was designed and laid out in the period 1725-71. Successive Viscounts Fitzwilliam were unusual in that they employed Catholic agents and actively permitted Catholic tenants o[...]
E1027 Maison en bord de mer

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Ré-édition bilingue anglais/français de la revue d'avant-garde « L'Architecture vivante », avec portfolio

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Chapter 1: From Ireland to Paris
Chapter 2: A Moveable Feast: Stephen Haweis, Students and Paris
Chapter 3: The Artist: Painting, Sculpture, Photography
Chapter 4: The Realm of Lacquer
Chapter 5: Knotting and Weaving: Eileen Gray[...]
Building opposition

Article

On 4 October 1842, Richard Mant, the Church of Ireland bishop of Down and Connor, presided over the first meeting of the Down and Connor Church of Architecture Society in the Clerical Rooms in central Belfast. The scholarly Mant doubtless was in[...]

Livre

"The Builings of Ireland" series aims to provide an historical and descriptive account of every major building in Ireland, from early times to the present day
Eileen Gray

Livre

Eileen GRAY, Artiste ; Cloé PITIOT, Commissaire d'exposition | Paris : Centre Pompidou | 2013
Catalogue complet de l'exposition consacrée à Eileen Gray au Centre Pompidou du 20 février au 20 mai 2013

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Eileen GRAY, Artiste ; Cloé PITIOT, Commissaire d'exposition | Paris : Centre Pompidou | 2013
Catalogue abrégé de l'exposition consacrée à Eileen Gray au Centre Pompidou du 20 février au 20 mai 2013
Traces of Peter Rice

Vidéo

Ben RICHARDSON, Metteur en scène, réalisateur | 2012
This documentary explores the life, career and legacy of Peter Rice, the celebrated RIBA Gold Medal-winning engineer who died 20 years ago this year. It examines Peter's approach to engineering and to design and shows how his way of working broa[...]

Livre

Enrique JUNCOSA, Éditeur scientifique ; Christina KENNEDY, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : Irish Museum of Modern Art | 2011
Essays by Robert O'Byrne, Bruce Arnold, Luke Gibbons, Aidan Dunne, David Lloyd, Christina Kennedy, Ellen Rowley, Theo Dorgan, Brian Cass
Le Roman de Dublin

Article

Avec Dubliners Joyce inaugura un véritable sous-genre littéraire qui prend la capitale irlandaise non seulement comme cadre au sens réaliste du terme mais come source d'un mode de représentation particulier : la ville est à la fois figuré[...]
The Shape of Things to come building for the Arts in Ireland

Article

Ireland's built infrastructure for the arts has changed dramatically in the past fifteen years. While this has created new opportunities for exhibiting, it has also given rise to difficulties in terms of funding, programming and creating an audi[...]
Dublin Delineated

Livre

George PETRIE, Illustrateur ; W.H. BARTLETT, Illustrateur | Dublin : Dublin City Public Libraries | 2006
Facsimile de la publication de 1834: Dublin Delineated in twenty-six views of the principal public buildings; with an itinerary, and new plan of the city, pointing out the leading streets, and principal objects of attraction
Building on the Stones of Ireland

Article

George Wilkinson (1813/4-1890) was an English architect employed by the Poor Law Commissioners in 1839 to facilitate the construction of numerous workhouses throughout Ireland in response to growing numbers of homeless poor. While historians hav[...]

Livre

This book is intended for use by those who wish to understand the religious and secular life of early Ireland. The authors have used the remains of monastic sites of early Christian Ireland and historical source material to reconstruct the life [...]
The Lost Houses of Ireland

Livre

A fascinating pictorial record and social history of twenty-five great Irish houses and castles. Architectural historian Randal MacDonnell relates the history of the houses and the families who lived there.
Mansions, Museums and Commissioners : an Architectural History of The Office of Public Works on St Stephen's Green

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The Headquarters of the Office of Public Works in Dublin is officially known simply as No. 51 St Stephen's Green, a suite of buildings which range from the mid-seventeenth century to the 1970s, and which have served as residences, as a museum, a[...]

Livre

This book covers a total of 300 sites in Eire and Northern Ireland (tombs, monastic sites, abbeys, and, of course, castles, from the modest Clara Castle to the great Norman stronghold at Trim).
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Livre

Farmleigh covers an area of 79 acres and contains many beautiful features including the Main House, which is a fine example of Georgian-Victorian architecture, the Sunken Garden, the Walled Garden, the famous Clock Tower and the Lake. Farmleigh [...]

Livre

This publication is the first to focus on Irish art from the eighth century AD to the end of the sixteenth century. Seventeen essays examine the iconography, history, and structure of familiar works ( the Book of Kells, the Tara Brooch...), as w[...]

Livre

Eileen Gray (1878-1976) was one of the most innovative architect / designers of the 20th century. First published in 1987, this portrait is the first full-scale biography of this remarkable woman. This new edition provides a revised catalogue ra[...]

Livre

Covering a period from c.1450 to the present, this Companion is designed to serve the needs of readers whose interests lie well beyond the familiar boundaries of Irish culture. At the same time it provides fresh critical insight into those tradi[...]

Livre

Originally published in 1976, this reprint keeps in the public domain a work of scholarship and observation setting out the history and heritage of County Kerry.

Livre

18th and 19th Century manor houses and castles, from Curraghmore in County Waterford to Ballywalter Park in County Down, with detailed descriptions and anecdotes about the people who built them.

Livre

During the period 1710-1770, the Rococo enjoyed a brilliant but short ascendancy, above all in Ireland, but also in the south-west of England.
Kilcash : a History 1190-1801

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Drawing on archaeological, historical and literary remains, the authors narrate the story of Kilcash from the establishment of its manor in the late twelfth century to the ruin of its castle at the beginning of the 1800s.

Livre

The great age of Irish castle-building began with the arrival of the Anglo-Normans, traditionally dated to 1169, and continued right up to the seventeenth century. This book is illustrated with 200 original drawings and photographs.
Drawings of the principal antique buildings of Ireland

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Gabriel BERANGER, Auteur ; Peter HARBINSON, Editeur commercial | Dublin : Four Courts Press | 1998
This book provides a visual record of many historical monuments that have disappeared without trace, it also helps recreate the stylish elegance of late eighteenth-century Ireland.

Livre

Ianthe Ruthven offers unique access to a wide range of never-before-photographed Irish homes and gentle country life. 200 color illustrations.

Livre

For over 100 years, Country Life has been publishing regular articles on country houses of Ireland and Great Britain. Here, Sean O'Reilly, one of Ireland's leading architectural historians, has selected over 200 of the archive's most outstanding[...]
Around and about the Custom House

Livre

Jane MEREDITH, Auteur ; Maurice CRAIG, Préfacier, etc. | Dublin : Four Courts Press | 1997
This book tells the story of Gandon's masterpiece from the laying of its foundation stone in August 1781. Broadening the canvas, the author includes chapters on the area surrounding the building, on Liffey bridges and on the great fire of May, 1[...]
Castles of Ireland

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Brian de BREFFNY, Auteur ; George MOTT, Photographe | Londres : Thames & Hudson | 1997
The castles of Ireland provide a visual documentation of Ireland's development over many centuries. Profusely illustrated with photographs, this book reveals the astonishing variety of the Irish castle. In his introduction Brian de Breffny sets [...]

Livre

A major guide to the "everyday" buildings of Ireland. Rotherly identifies the various types of building encountered through all of Ireland, north and south, in towns and villages across the countryside, over two hundred buildings by type and by [...]

Livre

Here, spanning eight centuries, are the haunting ruins of Ireland. Its once great houses and castles, many designed for the Anglo-Irish aristocracy by the most accomplished architects of their day, bear witness to a troubled history of civil war[...]

Livre

James MALTON, Illustrateur ; Maurice CRAIG, Auteur | Gerrards Cross : Colin Smythe | 1996
Georgian Dublin is a pocket edition of Malton's superb colour aquatints which show Dublin City in its finest age
Houses of Kerry : Historical Genealogical Architectural notes of some Houses of Kerry

Livre

This book records useful basic information on some 540 Castles and mainly pre-20th century houses in County Kerry. The name of each house listed is followed by a translation, if necessary, and appropriate comments. Family names of owners, lessee[...]

Livre

North Leinster (Counties of Longford, Louth, Meath and Westmeath) is the second volume in "The Builings of Ireland" series, which aims to provide an historical and descriptive account of every major building in Ireland, from early times to the p[...]

Livre

An architectural history and topographical odyssey of Dublin city.
Great Irish Houses and Castles

Livre

O'Brien's color photographs, many taken from the air, present a selection of more than 70 important properties chosen for their outstanding architectural interest and/or their rich interiors. The accompanying text by Guinness offers new informat[...]

Livre

Contents : Pre-Norman settlement 1000-1169; Anglo-Norman military fortifications; Anglo-Norman rural settlement; The growth of medieval towns; The archeology of the medieval church; The later middle ages : growth or decline ? Future horizons

Livre

North West Ulster (Counties of Londonderry, Donegal, Fermanagh and Tyrone) is the first volume in "The Builings of Ireland" series, which aims to provide an historical and descriptive account of every major building in Ireland, from early times [...]
The Churches and Abbeys of Ireland

Livre

Brian de BREFFNY, Auteur ; George MOTT, Photographe | Londres : Thames & Hudson | 1976
The story of Irish ecclesiastical architecture is in many ways the story of Ireland itself. Throughout the ages religious struggles have coincided with national, political and social upheavals.
Irish Art in the early Christian period (to 800 A.D.)

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Contents :1. Irish Art in Pagan Times 2. Irish Christian Art : the historical background 3. The Beginning of Christian Art in Ireland 4. Sites and Architecture (650-800) 5. Metalwork (650-800) 6. Carvings (650-800) 7. Decoration of Manuscripts ([...]
Architecture Ireland

Périodique : Revue, journal

Architecture Ireland provides the architectural profession with up-to-date information on the activities of the Institute and architecture - both in Ireland and elsewhere. Technical articles and features keep the architect informed on current tr[...]
Building Material

Périodique : Revue, journal

The Architectural Association of Ireland is a non-profit voluntary organisation, founded in 1896, with the aim of promoting greater discussion, dissemination and engagement in architecture and the built environment. Since its foundation, the AAI[...]
Rencontre avec Sheila O’Donnell et John Tuomey

Evénement enregistré

Sheila O'DONNELL, Auteur ; John TUOMEY, Auteur
Evénement enregistré dans le cadre de la programmation culturelle du CCI. Fondée en 1988 à Dublin, O’Donnell + Tuomey est l’une des agences d’architecture les plus prestigieuses d’Irlande. Invité à six reprises à la Biennale de Venise, le cabin[...]
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Aras an Uachtarain is the Official Residence of the President of Ireland, and was formerly the Viceregal Lodge until independence in 1922. The original house was built by Park Ranger Nathaniel Clements in 1751.