Sheila O’Donnell

Sheila O’Donnell

Dublin, Ireland, 1953

Lyric Theatre
Belfast, Ireland

It is one of the buildings that addresses the specific functional needs of a theatre and it was adapted to the particular plot where a previous building was located. The singular style and the quality of the building translated into a nomination to the RIBA Stirling Awards.

Mary Reynolds

Mary Reynolds

South of Ireland, 1974

Brigit’s Garden
Rosscahill, Ireland

Magic, mythology and Celtic culture are the three premises to be found in Brigit’s garden. This is an emblematic place that has been able to combine the essence of life and death through nature, biodiversity and Irish tradition.

Kathleen Eileen Moray Gray

Kathleen Eileen Moray Gray

Enniscorthy, Ireland, 1878 · París, France, 1976

Maison en bord de mer E-1027
Cap-Martin, Roquebrune, France

Considered a landmark of modern architecture and the theories of the Modern Movement, the house was designed in collaboration with her boyfriend at that time, the Rumanian architect Jean Badovici as their own home, a prototype of a domestic space that goes beyond Rationalism.