Architect, of Dublin. Hugh Carmichael was admitted to the Dublin Society's School of Drawing in Architecture on 26 June 1834, and was also a pupil of WILLIAM DEANE BUTLER. He exhibited at the Royal Hibernian Academy between 1841 and 1850. In 1854 he formed a partnership with ALFRED GRESHAM JONES , which lasted until his death in 1860.
RIAI: associate by1843; elected fellow, 17 January 1850.
Addresses: Work: 72 Harcourt Street, 1841; 2 Harcourt Street, 1842-3; 5 Dawson Street, 1844; 5 Dawson Street & 45 York Street, 1845; 45 York Street, 1846; 128 Stephen's Green, 1847-52; 3 Molesworth Street, 1853-1860.
Home: Waltham Terrace, Blackrock, 1847-9; Peafield, Blackrock, 1850; Pearmount, Rathgar, 1851-4; 3 Waltham Terrace, Blackrock, 1856-59.
See WORKS; see also CARMICHAEL & JONES.
Royal Dublin Society Proceedings.
DB 2, 1 Apr 1860, 232.
Ann M. Stewart, The Royal Hibernian Academy of Arts: index of exhibitors and their works 1826-1979 I (1986), 120.
Jones, citing ?Thom's Directory, 1843.
RIAI General Meeting minutes, 17 Jan 1850, 67.
RHA Exhibitors Index and Thom's Directories.
8 work entries listed in chronological order for CARMICHAEL, HUGH
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||CO. WEXFORD, HORETOWN HOUSE
||Designs for porch and internal details.
Drawings in NLI AD 3396,3408-09,3459,3464-65
||CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, JAMES'S STREET, SAVINGS BANK
||New 3-bay, 2-storey bank on corner of Watling Street. HC winner of first prize in competition for same.
Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal 16 (Mar 1853), 116; Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 663.