Our cards have portrayed the remarkable works of Patrick Scott, recognised as one of the first exponents of pure abstraction in Irish art; Sarah Walker, an established Cork contemporary artist; and for the last six years, we featured Richard Gorman, a leading Irish and internationally recognised abstract artist. We are proud to have worked with Richard since 2017; and 2022 represented the final card in his series. The 6 cards together create a great visual composition.
In 2024, we will return to our Christmas cards and partner with a new artist to bring a fresh perspective and further creativity to this almost 50-year tradition. We believe that our Christmas cards are truly unique and as a leading Irish-based design practice, we are very proud of them.
While we explore a new artist to partner with for our next series of Christmas cards, we have decided this year to continue our support of Dublin Simon Community by making a donation to them in lieu of issuing our Christmas cards, thereby building on the participation of our colleagues earlier this year in the Dragons at the Docks event in Dublin, contributing to a grand total of €250,000 raised for Dublin Simon Community. Our Christmas donation will help to provide ongoing support for people who are affected by homelessness this time of year.
More details on the history of our Christmas cards can be found at https://www.stwarchitects.com/insights/scott-tallo...
We wish you a happy Christmas and peaceful new year.
The recently-completed Rock Wing at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin has just been shortlisted for the ‘Building of the Year – Medical and Health’ category at this year’s Building & Architect of the Year Awards.
Work has started on site for the New National Isolation Unit at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, which will be located in the recently completed Rock Wing Building, also designed by Scott Tallon Walker Architects.