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  • James Gandon: A Life April 21, 2019
    The Irish Film Institute has recently unveiled the first volume of The Loopline Collection, showcasing materials from Loopline Film, one of Ireland’s most influential production companies. Of particular interest may be James Gandon: A Life, which looks at the career of the renowned 18th century architect. James Gandon (1743–1823) is recognised today as one of […]
    Michael K. Hayes
  • IAF Call for Applications April 15, 2019
    The Irish Architecture Foundation is seeking applications for the following roles: Office & Production Manager The position of Office and Production Manager is at the very core of the IAF’s operations and implementation plan. The Office and Production Manager will support the Director of the Irish Architecture Foundation in the delivery of engaging and broad […]
    Michael K. Hayes
  • Cork University Bridge Wins 37th Irish Concrete Society Award April 14, 2019
    Excellence in concrete design and construction was celebrated at this year’s Irish Concrete Society’s Awards Evening, which took place on 30 March in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin. The main awards jury reviewed a total of twenty-five projects, nominated in three categories of main awards – Element, Infrastructure, and Building. There were also nine […]
    Michael K. Hayes
  • Waterford Walls International Street Art Festival April 10, 2019
    Photo by Karl Kachmarsky The Viking takeover of Waterford over one thousand years ago established the city as a centre of trade, a site of defence, and a safe haven. This tribe of innovative warriors created Waterford’s impressive landscape, with its towering fortresses and expanse of walls, nestled away from the choppy Irish sea. The […]
    Niamh Mongey
  • AAI Lecture: Thomas O’Brien and David Leech April 7, 2019
    19.00 25.04.19 Wood Quay Venue, Dublin Civic Offices Through reference and image, Thomas O’Brien (t o b architect) and David Leech (David Leech Architects) will present a joint talk, paired and discursive in nature. Each responding to content produced by the other, both architects will discuss the testing of ideas, first steps into practice, and […]
    Michael K. Hayes
  • No Ideas but in Things – O’Donnell + Tuomey April 7, 2019
    Thursday, 28 March, saw architects and educators Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey deliver – to a full lecture theatre – a talk about their work both in practice and academia, exploring their beginnings, their comprehensive portfolio, and the decorated path that has brought them to where they are now. This event was followed by a […]
    Peter Molloy
  • Curating Architecture Conference April 3, 2019
    The Irish Architecture Foundation, in partnership with The Glucksman Gallery and the National Sculpture Factory, is hosting a one-day symposium on Curating Architecture. Taking place on Saturday 6th April the event will start off in the Glucksman and the day’s proceedings will conclude at the National Sculpture Factory. Over the course of the day, a […]
    Michael K. Hayes
  • RSUA Design Awards: shortlist announced April 1, 2019
    Out of twenty-three schemes that were entered for the RSUA Design Awards in 2019, eight have been shortlisted for further consideration for an award. Throughout April all shortlisted schemes will be visited by the judging panel. The winners of this year’s RSUA Design Awards will be announced at a ceremony on Friday 17 May 2019 […]
    Michael K. Hayes
  • AAI Lecture: Atelier Bow-Wow April 1, 2019
    Date: 11.04.19 Time: 7pm Location:Thomas Davis Theatre, Trinity College Dublin Architectural Behaviorology The development of modern technology and industry in the 20th century has constructed a barrier between our everyday life and local resources such as nature, human skills, and their knowledge. Architectural Behaviorology is the practice’s architectural design method which focuses on creating better […]
    Michael K. Hayes
  • Forever, more. Words for O’Donnell + Tuomey April 1, 2019
    In May 2019, Professors John Tuomey and Sheila O’Donnell, of O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects, will retire from teaching at University College Dublin. This, after forty years of continuous engagement with the staff, student, and studio culture of the School of Architecture Planning and Environmental Policy. On March 28th last, they were invited to give a […]
    Emmett Scanlon

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