Dimensions: 25cm x 21cm x3cm
Published by Gandon Editions for the Irish Architecture Foundation and Irish Architectural Archive, 2008.
William Henry Dunlevy McCormick 1916-1996 was born in Derry. He was responsible for designing twenty-seven ecclesiastical buildings and numerous commercial and state buildings, including the iconic Met Éireann building in Glasnevin, Dublin. In 1999 St Aengus’ church, Burt, County Donegal was voted Ireland’s “Building of the 20th century” in a readers’ poll organised by the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Additionally, McCormick was awarded the RIAI Triennial Gold Medal.
McCormick retired in 1982, after which he completed a number of private commissions, including the house of his close friend and politician John Hume.