Irish Cultural Center for Arts 

Best Architectural Design for Museum

About the project
The design is a total interpretation of different cultural elements of Ireland. The design crystallises the iconic status of the institution by becoming a major silhouette on the skyline of Dublin. The representation is a welcoming space for visitors and a unique approach for offices that involves more interaction on the open floors. The hypothesis behind the design is that the spaces should be maximum open to the public and major interactions should be between exhibits with visitors, visitors with officials, and officials with the overall community.

Dublin, Ireland

Project design year

Applicant and authors of the project
Studio Akauru design forefronts the traditional Indian ethos into a modern language of expression. A unique area of architecture where creating spaces for the public in the most efficient and beautiful ways is our goal with sustainability as the backbone. We have expertise in designing structures related to Hospitality, Museums, Residential, Public buildings, and many more. Diversified by region, connected by architecture. We also pride ourselves in providing sustainable and eco-friendly architecture.
Project by 
Richa Jaryal, Dushyant Joshi, Ishita Pathak, Rakshita Gautam.

Status of the project
Conceptual design


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