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Brown Thomas is delighted to announce the return of CREATE on Tuesday July 5th, a showcase of the most exciting emerging Irish design talent. Now in its sixth year, the installation will celebrate the extraordinary work of 19 talented designers across ready-to-wear, accessories, millinery and jewellery for six weeks, cementing Brown Thomas as the first to discover newness and develop designers at retail level by showcasing and mentoring these bright new things.
CREATE 2017 launches in our Dublin store on Monday, 3rd July 2017. Discover a host of new emerging talent and the return of Ireland's much loved designers as seen in Sunday Independent LIFE Magazine. #BTCREATE 🤍
Irish Design Shop (🤍) showcases Irish designers' work as well as houses artist workshops. We visited them prior to Culture Night for a chat and not only got a demonstration on jewelery making from Christina Keogh (🤍) but one on 3D printing from 3D Dave (🤍 as well! A video insert used as part of Culture Night TV. A 3 hour live event broadcast on DCTV, Dublin Culture Night 2013.
We explore the Irish capital meeting some of the city's best designers and visit some of the most stylish stores along the way. SUBSCRIBE & BECOME A VAGABUDDY! 🤍 MERCH!!!! Get a Shirt :) 🤍 + INSTAGRAM: 🤍 + TWITTER: 🤍 + FACEBOOK: 🤍 + SNAPCHAT & STORIE: 🤍Vagabrothers + WEB: 🤍 MUSIC BY: + DJ Ëlē: 🤍 + JOOMANJI: 🤍 Check out the people & places we met below: + LeCool Dublin Walking Tour: 🤍 + Kaph: 🤍 + Irish Design Shop: 🤍 + Indigo & Cloth: 🤍 + ID2015 🤍 Dublin Castle: 🤍 + Fumbally Cafe: 🤍 + Makers & Brothers: 🤍 + Bow Tie Maker Brendon Joseph: 🤍 + Tweed Blazer by Magee: 🤍 + Accommodation provided by the excellent Trinity City Hotel: 🤍 Big thanks to Tourism Ireland, Failte Ireland and ID2015 for making this episode possible! + 🤍 + 🤍 #LoveIreland #ID2015 VAGABROTHERS: We're Marko and Alex Ayling, brothers, backpackers, and video bloggers on a mission to explore the world through its people. We're on the road all the time, cranking out videos a few times a week. Subscribe and join the adventure! Want to help fund our travels? If you are going to buy something from Amazon, click on the links below before you make your purchase and we'll get a percentage of your final sale. Cheers! This film was made with: - F-Stop Satori Backpack: 🤍 - Sony A7s Mirrorless Camera: 🤍 - Sony 24-70mm F4 Vario Tessar Lens 🤍 - Sony 24-240mm f/3.5-6.3 Zoom Lens 🤍 - Sony Cyber Shot RX100iv 🤍 - DJI Inspire 1 Drone (2 Controller) 🤍 - Go Pro Hero 3+: 🤍 - Go Pro Suction Cup Mount: 🤍 - Go Pro Accessory Kit: 🤍 - Promaster CX525 Tripod: 🤍 - Promaster Superlite 3-Way Head: 🤍 - SD 32GB Memory Sticks: 🤍 - Sennheiser MKE 400 Shotgun Mike: 🤍 - Zoom H1 Portable Digital Recorder: 🤍 - Joby GP3 GorillaPod: 🤍 - Pico Flex Table Dolly: 🤍 - Pelican 0915 Black SD Memory Card Protective Case: 🤍 Vagabrothers Ireland
The Liminal – Irish design at the threshold exhibition presents work by Irish designers embracing both traditional craft techniques and new digital technology, explains co-curator Alex Milton in this movie filmed in Milan. Read more on Dezeen: 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: 🤍
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#passivehouse #architecture #architecturally #energyefficiency #homedesign #architect #ireland #irisharchitecture #irishdesign #onlinearchitecture In Part 1 of this interview, we chat with Passive Hosue Architect Paul Mc Nally of The PassivHaus Architecture Company on how he approached the design and form of this certified passive house in Co. Cork, Ireland. Paul manages to balance great architectural design while exceeding the passive house certification standard. You can book an online consultation to discuss your home design possibilities with Paul Mc Nally of The PassivHaus Architecture Company on Archly.ie - New Home 1hr Consultation with Paul - 🤍 Existing House Renovation 1hr Consultation with Paul - 🤍 Tour the house in Virtual Reality on Matterport - 🤍 Subscribe to our youtube channel to be notified of the 2nd part of Pauls interview coming soon...
The second instalment of CG Chicago’s Design Month series in celebration of St Brigid’s Day 2021. Moderator Nora Gainer, Director of Civic Relations & Partnerships at the Art Institute of Chicago, talks to artists Seliena Coyle and Anne Marie Reinhold along with Ciara Garvey of the Design and Crafts Council Ireland about design and craft in Ireland today. The music at the beginning of this video was kindly provided to us by Chicago musician Liz Carroll from the album she created for the exhibition “Ireland: Crossroads of Art and Design, 1690-1840''.
In just 16 weeks we completely overhauled this property from a tired old bungalow into a stunning and modern family home with a full renovation ✍️ Single story properties like this can be found all over Ireland and with the right design it’s amazing what can be done with them. 🏡
A landmark new research project, Map Irish Design, has been launched by the 100 Archive which shows the impact of design on Irish life, culture and society in the last decade. Map Irish Design examines more than 2,`300 design projects gathered since 2010 for inclusion in the 100 Archive – an online archive of contemporary Irish communication design which has, through annual open calls, gathered exemplary design projects from designers in Ireland and Irish designers overseas. Funded by the Creative Ireland Programme, Map Irish Design sought to look more closely at these projects and their associated data to build a comprehensive picture of contemporary communications design in Ireland. This rich digital resource is available to view at map.100archive.com
In this movie, Karen Hennessy of the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland reflects on the achievements of the Irish Design 2015 initiative, which promoted the work of Irish architects and designers around the world. Read more on Dezeen: 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: 🤍
Welcome to Irish homes, where we visit some new & renovated self build houses around Ireland. For episode 1, we visit this beautiful house in Co Mayo that was built for less than the price of a Semi Detached house in Maynooth!!! The couple had no experience of building, but found the process to be tough but enjoyable. Watch the show to learn some tips that they learned along the way. If you would like your house featured, please drop a DM to 🤍Killian.Duffy on Instagram. Tell us what you like about this house in the comments below, & drop a comment if have you any suggestions that you would like us to focus on in our next self build video. HIT SUBSCRIBE!!!!
Só Collective at Kildare Village is a unique shopping experience and thoughtful curation of both established and emerging Irish designers. Immersing guests in a rich world of imagery, texture and colour, the space forms an integral part of From the Isle, the exciting new initiative at Kildare Village designed to nurture and support Irish creative talent.
The RIAI Awards 2020 celebrate work carried out by members of the Royal Institute of Architects in Ireland and overseas in 2019 and highlight the contribution that architects make to society for everyone’s benefit. The prestigious architecture awards were first established in 1989 to celebrate excellence in the built environment and the work of RIAI-registered architects. This year, the RIAI announced 12 Award Winners across 11 categories, including Adaption & Re-Use, Conservation, International, Learning Environments, Living (Homes), Public Space, Well-Being and Workplace. The award winners include projects in Dublin, Cork, Connemara, Drogheda, London and Paris.
irishdesign2015.ie Irish Design 2015 is a programme exploring, promoting and celebrating Irish design and designers through events and activities on the island of Ireland and in international capitals of design and commerce. Join us to celebrate Irish design in 2015. Developed and produced by In the Company of Huskies for Irish Design 2015. With thanks to Botany Weaving, Design Partners, Detail, Distillers Press, Makers & Brothers, National College of Art and Design, Notion, Scott Tallon Walker Architects.
We completed a full refurbishment of this premises in Oman, both interior and exterior. We designed and built all the materials here in Ireland and then shipped everything to Oman, along with our expert team of fitters to complete the build process. Ol Irish Pubs Are Irelands Premium Irish Pub Company! Please Subscribe To Our Channel. See More At: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Kennedy's Oman, Design And Build By Ol Irish Design & Build
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Irish by design was produced by Glass Eye productions with funding from Irish design 2015. It was selected to screen at the Kerry, Waterford, Dingle, Fastnet Film Festivals as well as the Irish Film Festival in London. The documentary sets out to show how design is not just relevant to products or things, but can be used to improve the services that we use in our everyday lives. 🤍glasseye.ie Crew Director -Oonagh Quinn Producers- Janet Beck and Susan Walsh Camera- Daniel Balteanu, Dave O’Sullivan Sound Recordist- Alan Poole Editor- Oonagh Quinn Graphic Design- Diane O’Reilly Music by Subplots, My Dance Radio, Hystereo
'Creative Flow' is an online series created by Sarah Edel Hayes. The series will see Sarah capture young Irish creatives and people in their flow. Expect designers, musicians, producers, gym-enthusiasts, nutritionists and many more. Mary O'Sullivan is an Irish knitwear and textiles designer based in Limerick, and happens to be one of my closest friends for the past decade. Mary graduated from studying a BA in knitwear and textiles at the Limerick School of Art and Design in 2018 and has since set up her own business designing bespoke face masks. Their chat discusses the ups and downs of being a young Irish designer and how Mary finds her Creative Flow. ☺ LEARN MORE ☞ Read the full interview: 🤍 ☞ Follow Mary O'Sullivan on Instagram - 🤍 ☺ FIND ME HERE ☞ Instagram - 🤍 ☞ Twitter - 🤍 ☞ Website - 🤍
Get involved with 'Designing Ireland' and share your favourite Irish Design Objects on Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #DesigningIreland Presenters Sandra O'Connell and Angela Brady will select the best of your favourite Irish Design Objects and feature them on the 'Designing Ireland' Twitter and Facebook. 'Designing Ireland' is a new landmark four-part series for RTÉ One that takes viewers to the heart of Irish design: from beautifully crafted furniture to award-winning buildings to cutting-edge product design. Like us on Facebook 🤍facebook.com/DesigningIreland Follow us on Twitter 🤍DesignEire #DesigningIreland Designing Ireland | RTÉ One | Starts Thursday 5th November 10.15pm
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An extensive study of the Irish design industry, has revealed that: - 66% of designers need to upskill and reskill to keep up with the tech curve - With an average of 1300 design graduates per year, we are facing into a shortage of future designers - A lacking culture of learning and development is apparent across the industry The Solution: Designers need to continuously upskill & recognise the value of investing in themselves. Download the Design Practice in Ireland Report for more.
Celebrating the use of wool in Irish fashion and fabric design, this exhibition of art photography and various installations presents the work of Irish Designers and Makers, Colin Burke, The Tweed Project, Bernie Murphy, Edel MacBride, Magee 1866, Rebecca Marsden, Landskein, Albina McLaughlin, Fisherman out of Ireland, West End Knitwear, Electronic Sheep, Golden Fleece, Fintan Mulholland, Hanna Hats with makers including Cushendale Woollen Mills, Eddie Doherty, Fiona Daly, McConnell Woollen Mills, Studio Donegal, Foxford Woollen Mills, Molloy & Sons, Ronan Dillon and Mourne Textiles. Donegal Yarns with Yarn Vibes will present 100% organic Irish wool. Jane McCann & Sirpa Morsky, works from 'Wool Works' in natural fibres, wool and linen, will also feature.
👋 Hey friends! In our second video on Dennison Trailers we are exploring the origins of the company and their journey of excellence in design & engineering. Welcome to Ireland Made. We celebrate stories of Irish transport past and present. If it has wings, wheels or it floats, we share the story. ⬇️ Can you share a story about your favourite Dennison trailer? Comment below ⬇️ 🛎️ Subscribe to our channel so you never miss an upload go to YouTube Link: 🤍 for new videos! When you look at the trailer being towed by a truck on the roads of Europe you will likely see the Dennison logo. For almost six decades and with over 65,000 trailers produced, the Dennison family have been one of the leaders of trailer design and manufacture with a “built to last” philosophy by their highly skilled and experienced workforce in Ireland and the UK. The company strapline is “Dennison - we are right behind you”. The Dennison trailers story begins in Glengormley, Co Antrim in north-east Ireland in October 1964 when the brothers set themselves up in business as ‘Dennison Brothers’. New regulations had just introduced a 30 tons gross limit for articulated trucks and trailers. Having design and fabrication skills, an entrepreneurial spirit and a workshop in Ballyclare lent to them by their father, they built a single axle trailer with a Scammell coupling. First Dennison Trailer: Model: A12L Chassis: 001 Year: 1965 Built: Glengormley Coupling: Scammell Automatic coupling: 5 tonnes Axle: 9 tonnes Gross plated weight: 14 tonnes Cost: £325.00 That trailer was advertised for sale and bought by Thomas Gallagher & Son, Londonderry. He then bought a second trailer paying £325 pounds for each unit. Both trailers were handed back to the company by Tom Gallagher in 1977 and preserved at the family’s Vintage Hall at the Naas factory, which is not open to the public. The Dennison product line began to expand and in 1967 they built their first tandem trailer and sold it to Teddy McErlean from Portglenone for £1,100. In 1969 with continued expansion the company achieved two milestones, the production of their 1,000th trailer and the building of a new 10,800 sq. ft production facility. In August 1970 Jim, Wilson and George Dennison set up ‘Dennison Commercials’ and obtained the Volvo agency for Northern Ireland. In 1971, Dennison’s trailers were partially bought out by the American Crane Fruehauf company. In 1972 the Dennison group secured the agency for Volvo trucks in the Republic of Ireland and formed Irish Commercials, in Naas, Co Kildare. By 1976 the remainder of the trailer company had been sold to the American Crane Fruehauf company. Following the sale and while abiding to a 5-year non-compete clause, Dennison’s became the first and only company in Ireland to develop and manufacture their own truck tractor units. By 1981 the family decided to close the truck manufacturing business and by 1982 a greenfield site was purchased in Naas, Co Kildare and an 8,000 sq. ft. production facility was built and just a few years later in 1988 a new production facility was set up in Lancaster, UK. The development by the company of the sliding skeletal trailer, in 1991, was a significant milestone and it remains the most popular model of trailer sold by the company today with 25,000 units sold. By July 2008, 37,500 Dennison trailers have been built and the company achieved ISO 9001: 2000 accreditation. In 2014, Dennison’s Trailers Ltd was 50 years old and major celebrations are held in Ireland and UK. Two new directions for Dennison’s occur in 2017 when steel company and supplier of CKD (Complete Knock Down) trailer kits Mettech Ltd (located in Naas) is acquired by the group and Crick Trailer Sales is set up in Rugby, Warwickshire. Expansion and investment continue across the Dennison group with a new factory extension in Lancaster in 2019, new R&D offices on the Naas site in 2020 and in 2022 revolutionary new technology for laser cutting machinery and automated welding equipment. Our thanks to George and David Dennison and to Aidan Kinsella for giving Ireland Made access to their Vintage Hall and private collection. Do you use a Jubilee clip in your workshop? Check out our downloadable tribute print to this great tool 🤍 Follow Ireland Made for the latest! Facebook Link: 🤍 Instagram Link: 🤍 Check out the Ireland Made website 🤍irelandmade.ie to view our back catalogue of Irish transport videos. Do you have an Irish transport story past or present you would like us to feature? Email us here info🤍irelandmade.ie Feel free to share on social media. This post is copyrighted© to Ireland Made® Not to be copied or reproduced without permission. Sources of Information Dennison Trailers Ltd #irelandmade #dublinmade #dennisontrailers #manufacturing #engineering #ireland
For almost thirty years, Elle Decor has peeked behind the doors of to some of the worlds most chic stylish places and homes. We join Editor-in-Chief Whitney Robinson as he visits the chic Santa Monica property of designer Kathryn Ireland. See how Kathryn brought in a global aesthetic that is eclectic, inspiring, and comfortable. Subscribe to Open House TV on YOUTUBE: bit.ly/openhouseyoutubesub Open House TV INSTAGRAM: 🤍 Open House TV TWITTER: 🤍 Open House TV FACEBOOK: 🤍
Niamh O'Neill graduated from NCAD, Dublin, in 2008 with first-class honours. Having worked at some of the top international fashion houses in New York and Paris, Niamh O'Neill launched her eponymous womenswear label in Winter 2012. The following year she scooped the Irish Fashion Designer of the Year award at the prestigious Irish Fashion Innovation Awards. Niamh's collections combine clean lines and contemporary cutting with luxurious fabrics, creating a look of understated elegance. 🤍
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