Two Dublin buildings have topped the list of Ireland's favourites.
The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland on York Street was voted the country's favourite building.
It got 22% of the 10,000-plus votes cast at the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) Irish Architecture Awards.
The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland at 26 York Street in Dublin city | Image: Supplied
The new medical education building was designed by Henry J Lyons.
It's the second win for Lyons and architect Peter McGovern - who also took the prize in 2010 for the Criminal Courts of Justice.
Scoil Phádraig, a primary school in Westport, Co Mayo was in second place.
The SJK Architects designed 16-classroom, 2,400m2 building sits alongside a church.
Scoil Phádraig in Westport, Co Mayo | Image: Supplied
Each of the 16 classrooms is a distinctive colour, while coloured window frames relate to the stained glass windows in the church.
The Microsoft campus in Dublin | Image: Supplied
Third prize went to One Microsoft Place in Leopardstown - designed by RKD Architects.