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Upcoming: AAI 125

Preparations for the 125th year of the AAI are underway. Get involved. Established in 1896, the Architectural Association of Ireland has been a consistent contributor to the culture of architecture on this island. Now entering its 125th year with the

Upcoming: AAI 125

Preparations for the 125th year of the AAI are underway. Get involved. Established in 1896, the Architectural Association of Ireland has been a consistent contributor to the culture of architecture on this island. Now entering its 125th year with the

AAI AGM 2020

Tuesday 14th July, 7.00pm Reserve Tickets for the online meeting: http://eventbrite.com/e/110759029238/  An invitation to the AAI Annual General Meeting The AAI invites those interested in joining the committee for the 2020/21 programme year to attend the Association’s Annual General Meeting

AAI AGM 2020

Tuesday 14th July, 7.00pm Reserve Tickets for the online meeting: http://eventbrite.com/e/110759029238/  An invitation to the AAI Annual General Meeting The AAI invites those interested in joining the committee for the 2020/21 programme year to attend the Association’s Annual General Meeting

Lightning Lectures: Unbuilt *postponed*

*new online format* Lightning Lectures is a night of short talks to showcase 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

Lightning Lectures: Unbuilt *postponed*

*new online format* Lightning Lectures is a night of short talks to showcase 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

Site Visit: MoLi by STW*cancelled

*cancelled* The Museum of Literature Ireland brings together the cultural resources of Ireland’s largest university and Ireland’s National Library in a unique location which has shaped the writings of Joyce, Newman, Hopkins and generations of students. The museum is located

Site Visit: MoLi by STW*cancelled

*cancelled* The Museum of Literature Ireland brings together the cultural resources of Ireland’s largest university and Ireland’s National Library in a unique location which has shaped the writings of Joyce, Newman, Hopkins and generations of students. The museum is located

Lecture: D x 3 [Culture]*postponed

*postponed – new date to be announced – refunds have been issued* Wood Quay Venue, Dublin Civic Offices D x 3 is a series of talks and panel discussions organised by the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) on the topic

Lecture: D x 3 [Culture]*postponed

*postponed – new date to be announced – refunds have been issued* Wood Quay Venue, Dublin Civic Offices D x 3 is a series of talks and panel discussions organised by the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) on the topic

Lecture: D x 3 [Community]*postponed

*postponed – new date to be announced – refunds have been issued* Wood Quay Venue, Dublin Civic Offices D x 3 is a series of talks and panel discussions organised by the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) on the topic

Lecture: D x 3 [Community]*postponed

*postponed – new date to be announced – refunds have been issued* Wood Quay Venue, Dublin Civic Offices D x 3 is a series of talks and panel discussions organised by the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) on the topic

Lecture: D x 3 [Character]*postponed

*postponed – new date to be announced – refunds have been issued* Wood Quay Venue, Dublin Civic Offices D x 3 is a series of talks and panel discussions organised by the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) on the topic

Lecture: D x 3 [Character]*postponed

*postponed – new date to be announced – refunds have been issued* Wood Quay Venue, Dublin Civic Offices D x 3 is a series of talks and panel discussions organised by the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) on the topic

Lecture: Karl Kropf

Thursday 5 March @ 7pm City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2 Urban morphology and design intuition Sometimes it is not obvious why a place works but you just sense that it does. That feeling – an intuition

Lecture: Karl Kropf

Thursday 5 March @ 7pm City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2 Urban morphology and design intuition Sometimes it is not obvious why a place works but you just sense that it does. That feeling – an intuition

AAI Site Visit: BDP Wren Hotel

Saturday 29th February 2020 @ 11:30am St.Andrews Lane, Dublin 2 Note: All Attendees are required to wear Full Personal Protective Equipment (Site Boots, Hard Hat and Hi-Vis Jacket) for this site visit. There are limited places due to ongoing construction.

AAI Site Visit: BDP Wren Hotel

Saturday 29th February 2020 @ 11:30am St.Andrews Lane, Dublin 2 Note: All Attendees are required to wear Full Personal Protective Equipment (Site Boots, Hard Hat and Hi-Vis Jacket) for this site visit. There are limited places due to ongoing construction.

AAI Site Visit: Coal Lane House

Saturday 22 February 2020 @ 11am Coal Lane House is a collaborative design solution to a compact inner city site. Site investigations and numerous concept schemes resulted in a distinctive response to the established light industrial/commercial use of the site. One of

AAI Site Visit: Coal Lane House

Saturday 22 February 2020 @ 11am Coal Lane House is a collaborative design solution to a compact inner city site. Site investigations and numerous concept schemes resulted in a distinctive response to the established light industrial/commercial use of the site. One of

AAI Awards Critic Lecture: Catherine Slessor

Thursday 20 February @ 7pm JM Synge Theatre, Trinity College Dublin THE STRANGE DEATH OF ARCHITECTURAL CRITICISM The shifting cultural and media landscape that has transfigured architectural discourse over the last two decades continues to feed on itself, but certain

AAI Awards Critic Lecture: Catherine Slessor

Thursday 20 February @ 7pm JM Synge Theatre, Trinity College Dublin THE STRANGE DEATH OF ARCHITECTURAL CRITICISM The shifting cultural and media landscape that has transfigured architectural discourse over the last two decades continues to feed on itself, but certain

AAI 2020 : Looking ahead

Happy New Year from the AAI We have a lot of events planned for 2020 which are still in formation, so make sure you are signed up to our newsletter for the latest updates and forward this to your colleagues

AAI 2020 : Looking ahead

Happy New Year from the AAI We have a lot of events planned for 2020 which are still in formation, so make sure you are signed up to our newsletter for the latest updates and forward this to your colleagues

AAI Awards 2020: Jury Anouncement

The Awards jury has been finalised as follows: Critic: Catherine Slessor (UK) Catherine Slessor is an architecture editor, writer and critic. She is a former editor and contributor to The Architectural Review, as well as the Architects’ Journal and The

AAI Awards 2020: Jury Anouncement

The Awards jury has been finalised as follows: Critic: Catherine Slessor (UK) Catherine Slessor is an architecture editor, writer and critic. She is a former editor and contributor to The Architectural Review, as well as the Architects’ Journal and The

Lecture: Hall McKnight

*sold out*no tickets at the door* Thursday 30th January @ 7pm Thomas Davies Theatre, Trinity College Dublin Hall McKnight is an architectural practice established in 2003, with studios in Belfast and London. In 2014 the practice won the Downes Medal

Lecture: Hall McKnight

*sold out*no tickets at the door* Thursday 30th January @ 7pm Thomas Davies Theatre, Trinity College Dublin Hall McKnight is an architectural practice established in 2003, with studios in Belfast and London. In 2014 the practice won the Downes Medal

AAI Awards 2020: 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 built and unbuilt projects by

AAI Awards 2020: 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 built and unbuilt projects by

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