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Amanda Bone (Class of 1990)

New role in RTE
Amanda Bone joins Home of the Year Judging Panel
Amanda Bone joins Home of the Year Judging Panel

Yesterday RTÉ announced a new series of ‘Home of the Year’. One of the judges (along with Hugh Wallace and Suzie McAdam) is our own Amanda Bone (Class of 1990). Amanda worked as an architect in Paris, New York and Dublin prior to establishing Amanda Bone Architects, a multi award winning architectural practice located in South Co. Dublin. As well as specialising in one off individual homes ranging from contemporary new builds to refurbishments of protected structures, Amanda has a Design Studio and Professional Practice Tutor at the Dublin School of Architecture, Technological University Dublin and is on the Editorial Board of the RIAI Publication 'House & Design'.

Amanda commented "Each year since the show began I've watched it with my mum, I’ve kept it from her that I’m a judge and I can’t wait to see her reaction! I was fascinated by how passionate people are about their homes and I was flabbergasted to discover the amount and type of work that the homeowners had carried out themselves."

"It was great to be involved as a judge on the show this year because it provided me with an opportunity, which I otherwise might not have had, to visit and spend time in some beautiful spaces which was very uplifting and badly needed!"

"There are a couple of really interesting contemporary new build one off houses in this series and it was a privilege to be able to spend time in these houses and learn all about the ideas behind the designs."

We are delighted to celebrate Amanda’s success and wish her well in her new role.

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