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In late 2016 we were thrilled to launch our new partnership with the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2017 through the creation of the first ever BT Special Award for projects relating to Architecture and the Built Environment.
Open Call, Public realm
A Project that will interrogate how public space is, can be and should be designed with older people in mind through a collaborative project and public outcome in 2017.
Community, Public realm
We embarked on a project to build a Play and Skate Park in Ballyfermot through an innovative and collaborative People First Design Process and international design competition co-funded by the Matheson Foundation and Dublin City Council.
Conference, Public realm
A curated series that took place in the IAF HQ and the Light House, Smithfield, in June 2016 which provided a platform to discuss participation in architecture and acknowledge that design is a conversation in which many people contribute.
A series of 4 lectures per year, curated by the IAF and sponsored by ARUP, revealing current, new and next generation ideas and architects from across the globe.
On Monday 30 January our very own Nathalie Weadick (Director, IAF) and Tom de Paor were amongst a group of twenty-nine international practitioners recognised with Honorary International Fellowships to the RIBA.
No 14 Henrietta Street is due to officially open this summer as a museum charting tenement life in Dublin.
Open Call for ideas that can demonstrate innovation in the design and delivery of solutions for adaptable and smart homes.
On 23 February 2017 both will deliver a lecture at the RIAI.
Now in its fourth year, the grants programme provides financial support for works to structures of significant architectural merit.