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# architect - Sunday 1 April, 2018

'How I created my dream home from a house that hadn't been renovated since 1934'

Home renovations often take more time and money than planned.

# architect - Friday 2 March, 2018

'Design can improve couples' relationships': 7 things you didn't know about my job as an architect

Denise O’Connor, managing director of Optimise Design, shares some insights.

# architect - Sunday 20 August, 2017

The old Central Bank roof is being altered - but in the 1980s they had to knock 30 feet off the top

During its initial construction the iconic building ran into trouble when it breached planning laws.

# architect - Thursday 8 September, 2016

Thinking of renovating your home? 7 things to consider before you start

‘You don’t always need an extension – you can reorganise the space you have.’

# architect - Tuesday 31 May, 2016

This Irish man is set to fly to Africa with a lawnmower engine on his back

Oisín Creagh has been flying paramotors for the last ten years.

# architect - Friday 20 February, 2015

Graham Dwyer ex-partner tells trial he fantasised about stabbing a woman during sex

Court hears that murder accused brought kitchen knife into bedroom with former partner and pretended to stab her.

# architect - Saturday 3 January, 2015

From Gandy's Cottages to Bungalow Bliss: the history of the 'pattern book'

Architectural design manuals have been with us for centuries.

# architect - Thursday 11 December, 2014

Trying to work with an older extension - how one architect solved the problem

A Wexford couple wanted a bigger kitchen – they got a whole new feel to their home into the bargain.

# architect - Saturday 26 July, 2014

From The42 Gemma Begley leads Tyrone charge past heartbroken Kildare Architect

Gemma Begley leads Tyrone charge past heartbroken Kildare

Begley scored 1-6 as the Ulster women moved into round two of the All-Ireland qualifiers.

# architect - Tuesday 12 November, 2013

From The Daily Edge Willy-shaped church 'doesn't look much like a willy', insists architect Morto

# architect - Thursday 31 January, 2013

Column: Having the Revenue assess the value of your home is a totally unsuitable idea

There has been immense confusion over the valuation of homes for the property tax, which is why a site value tax would have been better, writes James Pike.

# architect - Saturday 25 August, 2012

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In pictures: Check out Facebook's new Frank Gehry-designed offices

The social network is paving the way for a major staff expansion.

# architect - Saturday 28 July, 2012

From The42 Blueprint: Rodgers presents 180-page LFC vision to Henry Man With A Plan

Blueprint: Rodgers presents 180-page LFC vision to Henry

“It’s a model,” says the Northern Irishman, “a shortcut to how I work, the kind of players I want tactically and the personality traits of players.”

# architect - Tuesday 22 May, 2012

Column: Another Priory Hall is coming down the tracks. Here's why.

Phil Hogan is planning to introduce new regulations which are meant to make for better buildings. He’s making a major mistake, writes Mike Morris.

# architect - Wednesday 22 June, 2011

Column: 'I never forgot that feeling of being part of a team'

It’s not difficult giving small businesses a chance – and I’m helping them get started for €55 a week, writes George Boyle of the Fumbally Exchange.

# architect - Tuesday 18 January, 2011

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Joanna Yeates probably knew her killer, say parents (Video)

David and Theresa Yeates appeal to “armchair detectives” who have noticed someone acting out of character since the killing to come forward, saying her killer could strike again.