Date: 03.03.15 Time: 19:15 Venue: Davis Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin Peter Wirtz studied Music in Antwerp, Belgium and then Landscape Architecture at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. Since 1990 he runs together with his father Jacques and brother Martin the family business Wirtz International NV and Wirtz Landscape Architecture nv. Together they represent […]
Deadline: 27.03.15 The brief has been set by young emerging architect Tom O’Brien. The brief asks students to reflect on the ideas inherent in Lucius Burckhardt’s essay Family and Home – Two Adaptive Systems and to reflect on the set problem: ‘Isolation and Ageing in our Society’. Taking cognisance of the essay and the set […]
Date: 16.04.15 Time: 19:15 Venue: Davis Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin Annette Gigon graduated from the ETH in Zurich in 1984. In 1989 she and Mike Guyer founded Gigon/Guyer Architects in Zurich. Their firm soon attracted international attention with museum projects such as the Kirchner Museum in Davos, the Museum Extension in Winterthur, Museum […]
Date: 26.02.15 Time: 19:15 Venue: Davis Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin Raumlabor berlin began working on the issues of contemporary architecture and urbanism in 1999 in various interdisciplinary working teams. Raumlabor investigate strategies for urban renewal. Raumlabor does urban design, architectural design, interactive environments, and research. The partners of raumlabor berlin are Francesco Apuzzo, […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Archive, Volume 2 Episode 4: Michael Hayes in conversation with Max O’Flaherty of Aughey O’Flaherty Architects, January 2015. Brought to you by the AAI, with support from Squarespace. Subscribe on iTunes here.
Date: 19.02.15 Time: 19:45 Venue: JM Synge Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin Oliver Wainwright is the Guardian’s architecture and design critic. Trained as an architect, he has worked for a number of practices, both in the UK and overseas, and written extensively on architecture and design for many international publications. He is also a […]
Date: 18.02.15 Time: 18:30 Venue: Liquor Rooms, Wellington Quay, Dublin 2 This is an event which aims to inform architecture students and graduates on undertaking their professional practice exams. We will have a mix of speakers who, in an informal setting, will share their opinions and knowledge on the ‘whats’, ‘whys’ and ‘hows’ of becoming […]
Date: 29.01.15 Time: 19:15 Venue: Davis Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin Max O’Flaherty is director of Aughey O’Flaherty Architects, an award-winning design-led practice. He has taught design at UCD and DIT. Aughey O’Flaherty Architects create carefully considered homes. Starting with small domestic extension work, the practice has slowly grown and developed an expertise in the design of homes, old […]
Date: 06.12.14 Time: 13:00 Venue: Waterford Fire Station, Kilbarry Road, Waterford (map) The new Waterford Fire Station will become the regional centre for fire fighting, river rescue, public consultation and training for Waterford City and County; it provides a 24 hour response unit for the region. Located close to a ring road, the building is shaped […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Archive, Volume 2 Episode 3: The story of how the MAC (Metropolitan Art Centre), Belfast was imagined and realised, through a conversation with four people who were crucial to the process (Barry Todd, Anne McReynolds, Gillian Mitchell and Ian McKnight). Brought to you by the AAI, with support from Squarespace. […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Archive, Volume 2 Episode 2: Michael Hayes in conversation with José Paulo Dos Santos, October 2014. Brought to you by the AAI, with support from Squarespace. Subscribe on iTunes here.
Date: 17.10.14 – 08.11.14 Time: 12:00 – 18:00, Monday to Saturday Venue: City Assembly House and Powerscourt Town House, South William St, Dublin 2 This year’s Describing Architecture exhibition ‘Memory and Place’ will open to the public during the Open House weekend on Friday 17th October and will run until Saturday November 8th 2014. The exhibition […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Archive, Volume 2 Episode 1: Michael Hayes in conversation with Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey, October 2014. Brought to you by the AAI, with support from Squarespace. Subscribe on iTunes here.
Date: 30.10.14 Time: 19:15 Venue: Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin José Paulo Dos Santos started studying engineering at the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Coimbra in Portugal before leaving to study architecture in England, at the Canterbury School of Architecture and then the Royal College of Arts, from where he graduated […]
Date: 09.10.14 Time: 19:15 Venue: Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin We are delighted to present the recipients of the 2015 Royal Gold Medal, Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey. While the work of O’Donnell + Tuomey needs no introduction, here we credit them as being instrumental in the revival of this association, upon […]
Date: 28.09.14 Time: Both tours are separate events. Hunting Brook Gardens tour starts at 14:00, Blake House tour starts at 16:00 Venue: Lamb Hill, Blessington, Co.Wicklow (map and directions) UPDATE: The AAI and ILI are pleased to announce that a tour of the award-winning Blake House, led by architect Michael Kelly, will be part of to this […]
Date: 13.09.14 Time: 14:00 Venue: University of Greenwich School of Architecture, 30 Stockwell St., Greenwich, London SE10 (map) The University’s new library and academic building, which was designed by Heneghan Peng Architects, is located along an approach from Greenwich Town Centre to Greenwich Park within the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. The building is home […]
Date: 28.06.14 Time: 12:00 Venue: Rose Garden House, Brighton Square, Brighton Road, Foxrock, Dublin 18 (map) The site borders an Architectural Conservation Area and is on a granite plateau at the foot of the Dublin Mountains. The house, sitting quietly on its site, is designed to blend with the landscape through its exposed timber beams […]