Irish Architecture Foundation: Promoting Irish architecture to the Irish public and to audiences abroad, the IAF organises talks, exhibitions, public events and the annual Open House Dublin festival. Their mailing list is great for keeping up with architecture events.
Come Here to Me: A lively group blog about the city’s culture, life and history, it’s not architectural but it often presents tiny, interesting details of Dublin’s streets, buildings, signs and statues.
The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin by Christine Casey is a meticulous guide to central Dublin.
Dictionary of Irish Architects: Created by Ann Martha Rowan of the Irish Architectural Archive, this has biographical and bibliographical information on architects and the building trade in Ireland between 1720 and 1940.
Archiseek: an online magazine dedicated to Irish architecture.
The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland: Ireland’s professional and regulatory body for architects. As well as information for the profession, their website has guides for people thinking about hiring an architect and career advice for those thinking of studying architecture or architectural technology in Ireland.
Dublin City Architects blog: news on architecture, urban design and conservation from Dublin City Council.
The Architectural Association of Ireland: mostly for architects and those “interested in the progress of architecture”, the AAI has a regular programme of lecture and site visits.