As part of the Open House Programme, RTE's Arts Tonight programme featured buildings by Scott Tallon Walker Architects.The programme visits Busáras, the first major modernist building in Ireland, designed by Michael Scott 60 years ago; Donnybrook Bus Garage; and the recent Commissioner of Irish Lights building in Dún Laoghaire.
In studio: architect Niall Scott, chairman of Scott Tallon Walker, architect and critic Shane O'Toole and director of the Irish Architecture Foundation, Nathalie Weadick.
The podcast is available from the RTE Radio 1 website.
The Irish Architecture Foundation Open House Programme takes place between the 5th and 7th of October 2012. Hundreds of professionals and enthusiasts generously volunteer their time over the weekend, including architects, planners, students and more, to allow the general public access to buildings that exemplify architecture in Dublin.
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