JMLA awarded The Arthur Gibney Award for Architecture 2019 by the Royal Hibernian Academy
May 16th, 2019
John McLaughlin Architects exhibited the iterative design process for a house in Mariner’s Mews within a cabinet filled with site, sketch and finished models along with detail drawings and completion photographs which was awarded The Arthur Gibney Award for Architecture 2019 by the Royal Hibernian Academy. Reviewing the exhibition, Irish Times Art Critic Aidan Dunne wrote – “One of the real standout pieces is an extraordinary architectural cabinet incorporating detailed models and images of a project by John McLaughlin Architects – who were invited to exhibit. It’s a modernist intervention, a timber-frame mews house in a conservation area of Dún Laoghaire. At ground level its external walls adopt the granite blocks so plentiful in the area, but the upper storey is black charred larch. The cabinet is a gem.” You can read the full review here.