AAI Awards Critic’s Lecture: Ellen Rowley

Date: 22.02.2018 Start Time: 19:30 (Please arrive by 19:15 to take your seats) Venue: Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin Irish Architecture: a crisis in value and a call for the ordinary Or…That This is the Age of

AAI Awards Critic’s Lecture: Ellen Rowley

Date: 22.02.2018 Start Time: 19:30 (Please arrive by 19:15 to take your seats) Venue: Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin Irish Architecture: a crisis in value and a call for the ordinary Or…That This is the Age of

Lecture: AY Architects

Date: 08.03.2018 Time: 19:15 Venue: JM Synge Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin AY ARCHITECTS Anthony Boulanger and Yeoryia Manolopoulou founded AY Architects in 2006. AY Architects commit themselves to a reflective process of design that is based on research and creative collaboration. Their emphasis on

Lecture: AY Architects

Date: 08.03.2018 Time: 19:15 Venue: JM Synge Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin AY ARCHITECTS Anthony Boulanger and Yeoryia Manolopoulou founded AY Architects in 2006. AY Architects commit themselves to a reflective process of design that is based on research and creative collaboration. Their emphasis on

Lecture: Mary Duggan Architects

Date: 18.01.2018 Time: 19:15 Venue: Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin (map) Nominated for Woman Architect of the Year in 2013, Mary Duggan is the founding director of Mary Duggan Architects, a London based Architecture and Design Studio

Lecture: Mary Duggan Architects

Date: 18.01.2018 Time: 19:15 Venue: Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin (map) Nominated for Woman Architect of the Year in 2013, Mary Duggan is the founding director of Mary Duggan Architects, a London based Architecture and Design Studio

AAI Awards 2018: Invitation to Enter

The intention of the AAI Awards is to encourage higher standards of architecture throughout the country, to recognise projects which make a contribution to Irish architecture, and to inform the public of emerging directions in contemporary architecture. The AAI Awards are for

AAI Awards 2018: Invitation to Enter

The intention of the AAI Awards is to encourage higher standards of architecture throughout the country, to recognise projects which make a contribution to Irish architecture, and to inform the public of emerging directions in contemporary architecture. The AAI Awards are for

Lecture: Donaghy + Dimond Architects

Date: 30.11.2017 Time: 19:15 Venue: Joly Theatre, Hamilton Building, Trinity College Dublin Donaghy + Dimond Architects was established in 2001 by Marcus Donaghy and Will Dimond, two architects with extensive experience of working on urban and rural design projects in

Lecture: Donaghy + Dimond Architects

Date: 30.11.2017 Time: 19:15 Venue: Joly Theatre, Hamilton Building, Trinity College Dublin Donaghy + Dimond Architects was established in 2001 by Marcus Donaghy and Will Dimond, two architects with extensive experience of working on urban and rural design projects in

Building Material 22: Public

Public The 22nd edition of Building Material seeks papers on the theme of the public in architecture. Architecture is a public affair, its impact shared if not always evenly distributed. The vacillating boundaries of what constitutes public life, public realm

Building Material 22: Public

Public The 22nd edition of Building Material seeks papers on the theme of the public in architecture. Architecture is a public affair, its impact shared if not always evenly distributed. The vacillating boundaries of what constitutes public life, public realm

Irish Architecture 2016

Irish Architecture 2016 is the publication of the 31st AAI Awards. Copies are available for purchase from the AAI Online bookshop. Ireland’s longest running awards programme, the AAI Awards, are the only internationally peer reviewed architecture awards in Ireland that publicly publish

Irish Architecture 2016

Irish Architecture 2016 is the publication of the 31st AAI Awards. Copies are available for purchase from the AAI Online bookshop. Ireland’s longest running awards programme, the AAI Awards, are the only internationally peer reviewed architecture awards in Ireland that publicly publish

Henry J Lyons Architects: The New Academic Educational Building for the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Date: 19th August Time: 2pm Location: No.26 York Street No PPE required No.26 York Street builds on 200 years of excellence and innovation in medical training and provides a unique reason for students to study with the Royal College of Surgeons in

Henry J Lyons Architects: The New Academic Educational Building for the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Date: 19th August Time: 2pm Location: No.26 York Street No PPE required No.26 York Street builds on 200 years of excellence and innovation in medical training and provides a unique reason for students to study with the Royal College of Surgeons in

Morrison’s Island International Design Competition

Registered architects, landscape architects and engineers are invited to take part in a design competition to propose innovative and considered solutions for the renewal of Cork city’s quayside landscape. Participants are encouraged to collaborate with other professional disciplines, historians, craftspeople

Morrison’s Island International Design Competition

Registered architects, landscape architects and engineers are invited to take part in a design competition to propose innovative and considered solutions for the renewal of Cork city’s quayside landscape. Participants are encouraged to collaborate with other professional disciplines, historians, craftspeople

AAI 2nd Year Competition 2017

The AAI are pleased to announce the results of the 2017 AAI 2nd Year Architecture student competition. The brief, written by Tara Kennedy, challenged the students to design what democracy looks like. Referencing a common chant used at protest marches relating

AAI 2nd Year Competition 2017

The AAI are pleased to announce the results of the 2017 AAI 2nd Year Architecture student competition. The brief, written by Tara Kennedy, challenged the students to design what democracy looks like. Referencing a common chant used at protest marches relating

David Leech Architects: A House in a Garden

Date: 10.06.17 Time: 11:00am Location: 81 Hollybrook Grove, Clontarf, Dublin 3 This new house is situated in a garden at the end of a short terrace of a 1940’s estate in Clontarf, on the fringe of Dublin city centre. The

David Leech Architects: A House in a Garden

Date: 10.06.17 Time: 11:00am Location: 81 Hollybrook Grove, Clontarf, Dublin 3 This new house is situated in a garden at the end of a short terrace of a 1940’s estate in Clontarf, on the fringe of Dublin city centre. The

O’Malley Plastering / RKD Architects: Belvedere House, Belvedere College

Date: 20.05.17 Time: 11:00am Address : Belvedere College, 6 Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1 ‘Belvedere House was completed in 1786 for George Augustus Rochfort, 2nd Earl of Belvedere. The house was built to the designs of architect Robert West and

O’Malley Plastering / RKD Architects: Belvedere House, Belvedere College

Date: 20.05.17 Time: 11:00am Address : Belvedere College, 6 Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1 ‘Belvedere House was completed in 1786 for George Augustus Rochfort, 2nd Earl of Belvedere. The house was built to the designs of architect Robert West and

Lecture: Eva Prats, Flores & Prats – Building Communities

Date: 04.05.2017 Time: 19:00 Venue: Robert Emmet Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin Eva Prats is architect for the School of Architecture of Barcelona in 1992. After a long collaboration at Enric Miralles’ office, Eva establishes Flores & Prats Architects together

Lecture: Eva Prats, Flores & Prats – Building Communities

Date: 04.05.2017 Time: 19:00 Venue: Robert Emmet Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin Eva Prats is architect for the School of Architecture of Barcelona in 1992. After a long collaboration at Enric Miralles’ office, Eva establishes Flores & Prats Architects together

AAI 2nd Year Competition 2017

Deadline Extended to 03.05.2017 This is what democracy looks like ‘Tell me what democracy looks like? This is what democracy looks like.’ A common call and response chant at protest marches relating to social inequality in recent decades, notably across

AAI 2nd Year Competition 2017

Deadline Extended to 03.05.2017 This is what democracy looks like ‘Tell me what democracy looks like? This is what democracy looks like.’ A common call and response chant at protest marches relating to social inequality in recent decades, notably across

Irish Architecture 2015

Irish Architecture 2015 is the publication of the 29th AAI Awards. Copies are available for purchase from the AAI Online bookshop. Ireland’s longest running awards programme, the AAI Awards, are the only internationally peer reviewed architecture awards in Ireland that publicly publish

Irish Architecture 2015

Irish Architecture 2015 is the publication of the 29th AAI Awards. Copies are available for purchase from the AAI Online bookshop. Ireland’s longest running awards programme, the AAI Awards, are the only internationally peer reviewed architecture awards in Ireland that publicly publish

New Irish Architecture 28 + Index

The AAI are pleased to announce the long-awaited publication of New Irish Architecture 28, the Awards publication of the AAI Awards 2013. The publication also includes an index to the previous 27 volumes in the New Irish Architecture series. Copies

New Irish Architecture 28 + Index

The AAI are pleased to announce the long-awaited publication of New Irish Architecture 28, the Awards publication of the AAI Awards 2013. The publication also includes an index to the previous 27 volumes in the New Irish Architecture series. Copies