RIAI Triennial Gold Medal

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The RIAI Triennial Gold Medal has been awarded since 1934 to the best building completed in the preceding three years by a member of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland.

Recipients[edit]

Years Building Architect
1932 - 1934 St Thomas' Church, Dublin Frederick Hicks
1938 - 1940 Dublin Airport Desmond Fitzgerald
1947 - 1949 Aspro Factory, Dublin Alan Hope
1950 - 1952 Out-Patient’s Department and Treatment Centre at St. Luke's Hospital, Rathgar Thomas Kennedy
1953 - 1955 Busáras, Dublin Michael Scott
1956 - 1958 College of Physical Education, Dominican Convent Piaras Mac Cionnaith
1959 - 1961 Radio Telefís Éireann Studios Michael Scott & Partners
1962 - 1964 GEC Factory Michael Scott & Partners
1965 - 1967 Church of St Aengus, Burt Liam McCormick
1968 - 1970 Restaurant Building, UCD Robin Walker
1971 - 1973 Administration Building, UCD Andrzej Wejchert
1974 - 1976 Irish Management Institute, Dublin Arthur Gibney & Partners
1977 - 1979 Currency Centre, Dublin Sam Stephenson
1980 - 1982 St. Brendan's Community School, Birr Peter & Mary Doyle
1983 - 1985 Calvert House Offices, Belfast Kennedy Fitzgerald Architects
1986 - 1988 Bolton Street, Dublin Gilroy McMahon Architects
1989 - 1991 Tourist Office, Limerick Murray O Laoire
1992 - 1994 Ceide Fields Visitor Centre, Co Mayo Mary McKenna
1995 - 1997 Library, Cork Institute of Technology De Blacam & Meagher
1998 - 2000 Ranelagh Multidenominational School, Dublin O'Donnell & Tuomey
2001 - 2003 Croke Park Development, Dublin Gilroy McMahon Architects

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