Irish Cities in the Georgian Era: architecture & urban morphology: from the IGS.

Around this time each year the Irish Georgian Society (IGS) run a series of talks on aspects of Ireland’s built heritage. They are invariably superb, presented by the leading authorities in the field, and- to put my own cards fully on the table- they are talks which year by year have certainly increased and expanded… Read More Irish Cities in the Georgian Era: architecture & urban morphology: from the IGS.

Tours this Friday evening and this Sat am (23rd and 24th July)

this Friday, the 23rd of July, we have a rare outing of our wonderful Saint Patrick’s Park to Cork Street and the Coombe tour, via Fumbally Lane, Blackpitts, Newmarket, Weavers’ Square, Ardee St, exploring several hundred years of tanning, brewing, distilling, irons works, and architectural, social and economic history.It’s a brilliant tour, it takes place… Read More Tours this Friday evening and this Sat am (23rd and 24th July)

new, live Zoom Art talks: a perfect Treat, and perfect Christmas Gift.

Following the success of our June and October Zoom architecture talks, we’ve decided to run a series of richly illustrated Zoom Art talks, starting just after Christmas, Tuesday 5th of January. For these talks I’m going back to my roots, so to speak, and to my first undergraduate degree and my first love. This is… Read More new, live Zoom Art talks: a perfect Treat, and perfect Christmas Gift.

Four new Zoom talks: starting tomorrow Tuesday 6th October!

In response to the Covid crisis and its many restrictions, Dublin Decoded ran our first series of online history and architecture “virtual tour-talks” using the Zoom platform, last June.    The response was terrific, and we’re delighted to now announce a second series, looking at four more fascinating historical areas of Dublin.. Our talks take place… Read More Four new Zoom talks: starting tomorrow Tuesday 6th October!

Always nice to get some press. Especially this press.

Dublin Decoded has featured on radio and in many newspapers, including the Journal (Dublin); the Dublin Inquirer;  the Wall Street Journal (link here); the Financial Times and of course, Arran has also written extensively himself, most notably his well-known monthly columns in “Totally Dublin” during the 2000s, Hidden Dublin.   However, it was a particular thrill… Read More Always nice to get some press. Especially this press.