Building Material 24 [Call Out]

The 24th edition of Building Material seeks papers on the idea of topography and its role in architecture. The etymology of the word ‘topography’ can be found in the Greek words ‘topos’ meaning ‘place’ and ‘graphia’ to write. In essence

Building Material 24 [Call Out]

The 24th edition of Building Material seeks papers on the idea of topography and its role in architecture. The etymology of the word ‘topography’ can be found in the Greek words ‘topos’ meaning ‘place’ and ‘graphia’ to write. In essence

AAI Student Competition 2018/19 – Exhibition

AAI Second Year Competition 2018/2019 Date: 14 November Time: 19.00 Location: Irish Architecture Foundation, 15 Bachelor’s Walk, Dublin 1 In conjunction with the Building Material launch, we will be exhibiting the winning and shortlisted entries to this years 2nd Year

AAI Student Competition 2018/19 – Exhibition

AAI Second Year Competition 2018/2019 Date: 14 November Time: 19.00 Location: Irish Architecture Foundation, 15 Bachelor’s Walk, Dublin 1 In conjunction with the Building Material launch, we will be exhibiting the winning and shortlisted entries to this years 2nd Year

AAI News: Building Material 22 Public

Date: 14 November Time: 19.00 Location: Irish Architecture Foundation, 15 Bachelor’s Walk, Dublin 1 Building Material is an annual architecture journal, joint published by the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI), the All-Ireland Architecture Research Group (AIARG), and the Irish Architecture

AAI News: Building Material 22 Public

Date: 14 November Time: 19.00 Location: Irish Architecture Foundation, 15 Bachelor’s Walk, Dublin 1 Building Material is an annual architecture journal, joint published by the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI), the All-Ireland Architecture Research Group (AIARG), and the Irish Architecture

#Architober 2019

We would like to extend an invitation to you this Architober: 3 October – Studio Muoto, 7pm, JM Synge Theatre, Trinity College 10 October – Sean Griffiths, 7pm Robert Emmet Theatre, Trinity College 24 October – Traumnovelle, 7pm, Irish Architectural

#Architober 2019

We would like to extend an invitation to you this Architober: 3 October – Studio Muoto, 7pm, JM Synge Theatre, Trinity College 10 October – Sean Griffiths, 7pm Robert Emmet Theatre, Trinity College 24 October – Traumnovelle, 7pm, Irish Architectural

Lecture: Johansen Skovsted Arkitekter

Thursday 7 November at 7pm Robert Emmet Theatre, Trinity College Arts Block Johansen Skovsted Arkitekter was founded in 2014 by the two architects, Søren Johansen (b.1981) and Sebastian Skovsted (b.1982). 

The office seeks to bridge the gap between contemporary building processes

Lecture: Johansen Skovsted Arkitekter

Thursday 7 November at 7pm Robert Emmet Theatre, Trinity College Arts Block Johansen Skovsted Arkitekter was founded in 2014 by the two architects, Søren Johansen (b.1981) and Sebastian Skovsted (b.1982). 

The office seeks to bridge the gap between contemporary building processes

Lecture: Traumnovelle

Thursday 24 October at 7pm Irish Architectural Archive Traumnovelle is a militant faction founded by three Belgian architects: Léone Drapeaud, Manuel León Fanjul and Johnny Leya. Traumnovelle uses architecture and fiction as analytical, critical and subversive tools to emphasize contemporary

Lecture: Traumnovelle

Thursday 24 October at 7pm Irish Architectural Archive Traumnovelle is a militant faction founded by three Belgian architects: Léone Drapeaud, Manuel León Fanjul and Johnny Leya. Traumnovelle uses architecture and fiction as analytical, critical and subversive tools to emphasize contemporary

Lecture: Sean Griffiths

Thursday 10 October at 7pm Robert Emmet Theatre, Trinity College “Architecture of Happy Nihilism” In a career spanning 30 years, Sean Griffiths has practiced as an architect, artist and academic. He has also published writings on architecture in books, magazines and

Lecture: Sean Griffiths

Thursday 10 October at 7pm Robert Emmet Theatre, Trinity College “Architecture of Happy Nihilism” In a career spanning 30 years, Sean Griffiths has practiced as an architect, artist and academic. He has also published writings on architecture in books, magazines and

Lecture: Studio Muoto

Thursday 3 October at 7pm JM Synge Theatre, Trinity College Arts Block MUOTO is an architectural office based in Paris, founded by Gilles Delalex and Yves Moreau in 2003. Its activities cover the fields of architecture, urbanism, design and scientific

Lecture: Studio Muoto

Thursday 3 October at 7pm JM Synge Theatre, Trinity College Arts Block MUOTO is an architectural office based in Paris, founded by Gilles Delalex and Yves Moreau in 2003. Its activities cover the fields of architecture, urbanism, design and scientific

Lecture: Fala Atelier

Thursday 26 September at 7pm Davis Theatre, Trinity College Arts Block fala is a naïve architecture practice based in porto, led by filipe magalhães, ana luisa soares and ahmed belkhodja. established in 2013, the atelier works with methodic optimism on a

Lecture: Fala Atelier

Thursday 26 September at 7pm Davis Theatre, Trinity College Arts Block fala is a naïve architecture practice based in porto, led by filipe magalhães, ana luisa soares and ahmed belkhodja. established in 2013, the atelier works with methodic optimism on a

AAI Committee 2019/2020

The newly elected AAI President for 2019/2020 is Ronan Kenny who has previously held the role of Vice President and will continue as Digital Officer. Ronan has a background as an Architect/Designer in New York, Dublin and Copenhagen. He currently

AAI Committee 2019/2020

The newly elected AAI President for 2019/2020 is Ronan Kenny who has previously held the role of Vice President and will continue as Digital Officer. Ronan has a background as an Architect/Designer in New York, Dublin and Copenhagen. He currently

Panel: Foreign Correspondence

In association with The Architectural Review Date/Time: 18 September at 7pm Venue: Trinity College, Robert Emmett Theatre The islands of Ireland have been the site of exile and migration, departure and return, import and export, and occasional correspondences with the

Panel: Foreign Correspondence

In association with The Architectural Review Date/Time: 18 September at 7pm Venue: Trinity College, Robert Emmett Theatre The islands of Ireland have been the site of exile and migration, departure and return, import and export, and occasional correspondences with the

News: New Membership Structure for 2019/2020

The Architectural Association of Ireland is a non-profit voluntary organisation, founded in 1896, with the aim of promoting greater discussion, dissemination and engagement in architecture and the built environment.  The association does not receive any external sources of funding, either

News: New Membership Structure for 2019/2020

The Architectural Association of Ireland is a non-profit voluntary organisation, founded in 1896, with the aim of promoting greater discussion, dissemination and engagement in architecture and the built environment.  The association does not receive any external sources of funding, either

News: AAI AGM 2019/20

Tuesday 17th September, 7.00pm Central Hotel, 1 Exchequer St, Dublin 2 An invitation to the AAI Annual General Meeting The AAI invites those interested in joining the committee for the 2019/20 programme year to attend the Association’s Annual General Meeting at

News: AAI AGM 2019/20

Tuesday 17th September, 7.00pm Central Hotel, 1 Exchequer St, Dublin 2 An invitation to the AAI Annual General Meeting The AAI invites those interested in joining the committee for the 2019/20 programme year to attend the Association’s Annual General Meeting at

Lecture: Mindful Constructions for a Better Environment

Date: 25/06/2019 at 18:30 to at 19:30 Venue: Instituto Cervantes (Dublín) – Auditórium, Lincoln House, Lincoln Place, Dublin 2 Instituto de Ciencias de la Construcción Eduardo Torroja Participants: Isabel Martínez, investigadora / Sara Pavia, investigadora Sustainable architecture offers a respectful

Lecture: Mindful Constructions for a Better Environment

Date: 25/06/2019 at 18:30 to at 19:30 Venue: Instituto Cervantes (Dublín) – Auditórium, Lincoln House, Lincoln Place, Dublin 2 Instituto de Ciencias de la Construcción Eduardo Torroja Participants: Isabel Martínez, investigadora / Sara Pavia, investigadora Sustainable architecture offers a respectful

IABS/AAI: Tennis Tournament

IABS/AAI Tennis TournamentDonnybrook tennis club Friday 28th june 2019 Tennis starting at 2:30pm followed by bbq and prize-giving at 6:30pmAll welcome! Enter as an individual or as a teamEntry €125 per team of 4 or €30 per individual player All

IABS/AAI: Tennis Tournament

IABS/AAI Tennis TournamentDonnybrook tennis club Friday 28th june 2019 Tennis starting at 2:30pm followed by bbq and prize-giving at 6:30pmAll welcome! Enter as an individual or as a teamEntry €125 per team of 4 or €30 per individual player All

Lecture: Sam Jacob

22.05.19 7.30pmStudio 3, Planning Building,Richview, University College Dublin The lecture is Free but booking is required. UCD Master of Architecture Masterclass Series is supported by Dublin Port Company as part of the Dublin Port Perspectives Program and is in association

Lecture: Sam Jacob

22.05.19 7.30pmStudio 3, Planning Building,Richview, University College Dublin The lecture is Free but booking is required. UCD Master of Architecture Masterclass Series is supported by Dublin Port Company as part of the Dublin Port Perspectives Program and is in association