AAI Lightning Lecture : Fishamble Architects

Thursday 8th of October @1pm for 10 mins
Livestream link: https://youtu.be/MEgrTC_sbwM

Fishamble Architects are an architecture and design practice working from our studio on Fishamble Street, in Dublin’s historic core. Fishamble are a young and enthusiastic firm of architects working on projects of varying typology, scale and complexity throughout Ireland and further afield. “We look to apply creative thinking to all aspects of projects from financing through to completion, and believe our flexibility as architects allows us good placement to take effect on each stage. Beginning life as a design collective, collaboration is at our core; we enjoy working closely with clients, other designers and industry practitioners. With a focus on spatial conversations and inventive uses of material, we aim for an oblique simplicity in our finished products.”

Image: Joint entry with HOWFF to the RIAI competition for the redevelopment of Bishop Lucey Park in Cork City.

James Casey MRIAI BScArch, BArch, PgDip
Liam Mc Inerney MRIAI BScArch, BArch, PgDip
Alexandra Pickerill MRIAI BScArch, BArch, PgDip
Daragh T Doyle
Kevin Sweeney BArch


Lightning Lectures is a series of short talks taking place online during the autumn months to promote emerging voices and the culture of Irish architecture, as well as an opportunity to present unbuilt or unbuildable projects. The format is to have 10 speakers presenting 10 slides in 10 minutes, with no limit to the content, except that it is not a built project (yet!?). We encourage drawings, diagrams, sketches, models, conceptual works, artworks, works of fiction, philosophies, theories, actions, activations, ideologies, interpretive dance, visions and imaginations; the form of communication is open to interpretation.

Livestream link: https://youtu.be/MEgrTC_sbwM

Presented by Ronan Kenny, AAI President 2019/2020

Part of the AAI Lightning Lectures ‘Unbuilt’ Series

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