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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

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

AAI Table Quiz

  Thursday 2nd of May at 7.30pm, Against the Grain, Wexford St Do you know your Aalto from your Ando?Or your Zaha from your Zumthor? Well get your gameface on – because due to incredible demand, the Architectural Association of

AAI Table Quiz

  Thursday 2nd of May at 7.30pm, Against the Grain, Wexford St Do you know your Aalto from your Ando?Or your Zaha from your Zumthor? Well get your gameface on – because due to incredible demand, the Architectural Association of

AAI Awards 2019: Jury Announced

We are delighted to announce the jury for the 34th AAI Awards. Critic: Gary Boyd Irish Architect: Paul Dillon, Paul Dillon Architects International Architect: Mary Duggan, Mary Duggan Architects International Architect: Jeffrey Bolhuis, AP+E Non-Architect: Yvonne McGuinness    

AAI Awards 2019: Jury Announced

We are delighted to announce the jury for the 34th AAI Awards. Critic: Gary Boyd Irish Architect: Paul Dillon, Paul Dillon Architects International Architect: Mary Duggan, Mary Duggan Architects International Architect: Jeffrey Bolhuis, AP+E Non-Architect: Yvonne McGuinness    

AAI Friends 2018/19

The AAI would like to thank the following sponsors:   A2 Architects ABK Architects Architectural Farm Broadsyine Architects Bucholz McEvoy Coady Partnership DTA Architects FKL Architects GKMP Architects Grafton Architects Henchion Reuter McCullough Mulvin O’Connell Mahon O’Donnell + Tuomey Paul

AAI Friends 2018/19

The AAI would like to thank the following sponsors:   A2 Architects ABK Architects Architectural Farm Broadsyine Architects Bucholz McEvoy Coady Partnership DTA Architects FKL Architects GKMP Architects Grafton Architects Henchion Reuter McCullough Mulvin O’Connell Mahon O’Donnell + Tuomey Paul

AAI Committee 2018/2019

The AAI are happy to announce the 2018/2019 committee. The newly elected AAI President is Michael K. Hayes. Michael is an architect and editor. He has previously undertaken the roles of AAI Vice-President, Publications Officer, and Editor of Irish Architecture.

AAI Committee 2018/2019

The AAI are happy to announce the 2018/2019 committee. The newly elected AAI President is Michael K. Hayes. Michael is an architect and editor. He has previously undertaken the roles of AAI Vice-President, Publications Officer, and Editor of Irish Architecture.

AAI 2nd Year Exhibition

Friday 05th October @ 18:30 Irish Architecture Foundation, 15 Bachelors Walk, North City, Dublin 1 Architectural Association of Ireland presents: 2nd Year Architecture Students Competition 2016-17 and 2017-18 Awards Exhibition The AAI Architectural Competition is an annual project, undertaken by

AAI 2nd Year Exhibition

Friday 05th October @ 18:30 Irish Architecture Foundation, 15 Bachelors Walk, North City, Dublin 1 Architectural Association of Ireland presents: 2nd Year Architecture Students Competition 2016-17 and 2017-18 Awards Exhibition The AAI Architectural Competition is an annual project, undertaken by

AAI News: AGM

An Invitation to the Annual General Meeting Thursday 13th September, 7.00pm Restaurant Annex, First Floor Central Hotel, 1 Exchequer St, Dublin 2 The AAI invites those interested in becoming involved in the committee for the 2018/19 programme year to attend

AAI News: AGM

An Invitation to the Annual General Meeting Thursday 13th September, 7.00pm Restaurant Annex, First Floor Central Hotel, 1 Exchequer St, Dublin 2 The AAI invites those interested in becoming involved in the committee for the 2018/19 programme year to attend

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

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

AAI 2nd Year Competition 2016

Deadline: 19.04.2016 On the occasion of the 500-year anniversary of the first publication of Thomas More’s work ‘Utopia’, the theme for this year’s AAI 2nd Year week long architectural competition is ‘Utopia’. ‘Utopia is never realized and yet it is

AAI 2nd Year Competition 2016

Deadline: 19.04.2016 On the occasion of the 500-year anniversary of the first publication of Thomas More’s work ‘Utopia’, the theme for this year’s AAI 2nd Year week long architectural competition is ‘Utopia’. ‘Utopia is never realized and yet it is

Thesis Symposium

Date: 01.02.16 Time: 10:30 – 17:00pm Venue: Cork (venue to be announced) The 5th Annual Architecture Thesis Symposium will be held in Cork on Monday 1st February 2016. The event will profile emerging new architectural talent and will involve a showcase of design

Thesis Symposium

Date: 01.02.16 Time: 10:30 – 17:00pm Venue: Cork (venue to be announced) The 5th Annual Architecture Thesis Symposium will be held in Cork on Monday 1st February 2016. The event will profile emerging new architectural talent and will involve a showcase of design

Simon Open Door at Fumbally with Stew

Date: 09.05.14 Venue: Fumbally Exchange, 5 Dame Lane, Dublin 2 Fumbally Exchange are taking part in RIAI/Simon Open Door 2015, and are hoping to raise as much money for homeless services as possible. So, if you are a registered architect

Simon Open Door at Fumbally with Stew

Date: 09.05.14 Venue: Fumbally Exchange, 5 Dame Lane, Dublin 2 Fumbally Exchange are taking part in RIAI/Simon Open Door 2015, and are hoping to raise as much money for homeless services as possible. So, if you are a registered architect

Part 3: What Why How?

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

Part 3: What Why How?

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