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Aishling Browne
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Structural Engineer / Photographer / Blogger
Structural Engineer / Photographer / Blogger

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The Best Views In London
I'm on a mission to take better advantage of living in London. Less Netflix, more exploring. Especially when the weather is on side. Last weekend I revisited one of my favourite places that I haven't been to in years - the Great Fire of London Monumnet. The...

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La Biennale di Venezia
Every year the company I work for take everyone on a study trip. This time Venice was the chosen destination. Eighty-four of us assembled in the Italian city for a weekend of architecture and Aperol Spritzes. Day one kicked off with a guided tour of  The Ba...

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A Day Trip to Chamonix-Mont Blanc
While in Geneva last summer, my sister and I took a day out to venture further afield. She booked the day trip through  Trip Advisor , and I couldn't recommend it enough. Scroll down to read more about what we got up to. Located at the meeting point of Fran...

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How To Do Sydney In Three Days
Last year I went to Sydney for three days. It was a stop-over on the way home from New Zealand. I couldn't travel to that part of the world, and not take the opportunity to quickly visit Australia. What I didn't know when I booked the flights was that my br...

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The Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way is the name for the 2,500 km coastal route along the west of Ireland where the Atlantic Ocean meets land. The route stretches all the way from Malin Head in Donegal down to Kinsale in county Kerry. The Wild Atlantic Way is scattered wi...

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Where to Stay & Eat In Dublin
The Dean 33 Harcourt St Dublin 2 I rarely, if ever, stay in fancy hotels. Air  bnb and hostels are my usual port of call. But when a trip to Dublin was on the cards, I knew I had to make a night at The Dean happen. The funky styling of the rooms had caught ...

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Architecture by Night
Hello. It's been ten months since I last published a blog post. It feels like even longer. But twenty-eighteen is the year to get back on the wagon. Except for the occasional outing for trips away and for these photos (more on that below), my camera was lef...

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Where to Stay and Eat for A Weekend in Dublin
The Dean I rarely, if ever, stay in fancy hotels. Air  bnb and hostels are my usual port of call. But when a trip to Dublin was on the cards, I knew I had to make a night at The Dean happen. The funky styling of the rooms had caught my attention ages ago on...

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The Coko Bridge Project
In February 2016, a team of ten volunteers from Thornton Tomasetti and Grimshaw travelled to Rwanda. In association with the charity, Bridges to Prosperity, we were scheduled to construct a 38 m suspended footbridge. Bridges to Prosperity are a US charity w...

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The Coko Bridge Project
In February 2016, a team of ten volunteers from Thornton Tomasetti and Grimshaw travelled to Rwanda. In association with the charity, Bridges to Prosperity, we were scheduled to construct a 38 m suspended footbridge. Bridges to Prosperity are a US charity w...
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