22–25 January 2017RDS, Dublin, Ireland
Fallon & Byrne
An amazing award-winning emporium and wine bar- if you like new York style foodshops, you will love this!
3FE Great coffee by design. Well it doesn’t happen by default. 3FE offer some of the best coffee in the city with beautifully designed service and surrounds.
Enjoy a cocktail and tapas in this generous, reclaimed space while relaxing on mid 20th century design classics.
A collection of contemporary image and photography publications. Holding over 1000 items in a spacious Temple Bar shop front.
Walking tours in the company of an architect. Choose from Dublin’s world famous Georgian squares to the city’s youngest and trendiest urban quarters like Dublin Dockland.
Visit Article, Industry, Irish Design Shop and Designist, 4 of Irelands best craft and design shops, each within a stones throw of each other.
Feed both your high quality chocolate and minimal design fix at Coco Atelier.
Enjoy a truly unique stay in a city centre mews, designed by one of Irelands most famous modernist architects — Sam Stephenson.
Sweeney O’ Rourke
For all wannabe super chefs – a veritable haven of well designed cooking and catering equipment and utensils. No fancy setting – just plain shelving laden with all those knives and utensils to turn you into the next Jamie Oliveror Nigella Lawson Knowledgeable and helpful staff.134 Pearse St, Dublin 2.
DLR Lexicon - Lexicon Library and Cultural Centre Dun Laoghaire
The stunning building offers a 21st century library and cultural space. Those interested in cutting-edge architecture will love it. Exquisitely dramatic spaces for reading and contemplating the panoramic views of the bay. Haigh Terrace, Moran Park, Dun Laoghaire. Take the DART along Dublin Bay to Dun Laoghaire.
The National Print Museum
The National Print Museum collects and exhibits the material evidence of the printing craft ain Ireland. It is a working museum with a panel of retired printers and typesetters maintaining and demonstrating the collection. Garrison Chapel, Beggars Bush Barracks, Haddington Road, Dublin 4.
The National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History
A fine collection of silver, ceramics, clothing, jewellery, set in contemporary galleries within an historic building. Home to a permanent exhibition of Eileen Gray - the Irish avant-garde designer of furniture. Collins Barracks, Benburb St Dublin 7. Luas Red line tramline.