Irish Concrete Society Lecture: UNStudio

Date: 29th November 2018

Time: 19.00

Venue: Thomas Davis Theatre, Trinity College Dublin

Marianthi Tatari of UNStudio will deliver the AAI Irish Concrete Society lecture for 2018.

About UNStudio

Founded in 1988 by Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos, UNStudio specialises in creating ground-breaking architecture and design at all scales, from bridges to public buildings, offices, residences, exhibitions, products and urban masterplans.  The name UNStudio stands for United Network Studio and refers to the collaborative nature of the practice.

About Marianthi Tatari

Marianthi is an Associate Director and Senior Architect at UNStudio.  She has gained extensive experience with projects of varying scales in  architecture, urbanism and interior design. Marianthi led the team for the recent UCD International Design Competition and currently she is at the forefront for designing the new headquarters of in Amsterdam. Previously, she designed the Architectural Branding for the Doha Metro Network, which is currently under construction and has played a key role in the design of the Collector’s Loft in New York and the Galleria Centercity in South Korea. She graduated from the Aristotle University of  Thessaloniki where she studied architectural engineering and received her Master of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of  Architecture in Los Angeles.

This talk is organised in conjunction with the Irish Concrete Society. The Society was established in 1973 to cater for the needs of all who have an interest in concrete, in its widest sense. Thus, it is the primary organization in Ireland concerned with the technical aspects of design and construction in concrete.

The standard entry fee is €5, with the option of purchasing an official CPD receipt for an additional €5. Student entry will be at a reduced price of €2. Entry and CPD receipt for this event is free for AAI Annual pass holders and Irish Concrete Society members. With kind support of the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, TCD

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