Palladian architectural layout was achieved, a both elegant and practical solution, and this arrangement can be seen throughout the country.
Many were designed by the main architects of the 18th and 19th centuries. There are a small number of hunting lodges, the best being the mysterious classical octagon of the 1750s, Castlecor, perhaps modelled on Stupinigi or Clemenswerth, and the delicate Gothick Revival Luggala, built c.1790. The Riding School of Collins Barracks in Dublin dates from 1746 and that at Russborough is mid-19th century. There are also a number of superb contemporary complexes housing the best of the modern Irish studs.
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