New Horizon

This year the London Festival of Architecture has chosen Ireland as the country of focus. As part of the festival a major project called New Horizon has been curated by our director Nathalie Weadick and Raymund Ryan (architectural critic and curator). New … Continue reading

Designs of the Year 2015 Winners Announced

Design Museum, London is currently showing Designs of the Year. Now in its eighth year, the exhibition is made up of designs from across the sector chosen by people working in design. The work is selected on the basis that it … Continue reading

Howth Festival Celebrates Architect Sir Edward Lutyens

How’s about a new arts festival in an amazing location? The 2015 Howth Midsummer Literary Arts Festival will be held for the first time in the historic Lutyens Library in Howth Castle in June. This is the first year of … Continue reading

Design at University of Limerick Exhibition

Design@UL opens Tuesday 26 May 7pm at FabLab Premises, 7 Rutland Street, Limerick. Design@UL is an exhibition that brings together a diversity of design work from five undergraduate courses at the University of Limerick, including Architecture, Civil Engineering, Digital Media Design, Product … Continue reading

Architects Nominated for Art Prize

This morning Tate Britain announced the four artists shortlisted for the 2015 Turner Prize (12 May). Artists Bonnie Camplin, Janice Kerbel and Nicole Wermers have all been selected for the 2015 exhibition, alongside design collective Assemble. The group of young unqualified designers have made a … Continue reading

Mies van der Rohe Awards Announced

Barozzi/Veiga’s Philharmonic Hall Szczecin in Poland has been selected as the winner of the 2015 EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture Mies van der Rohe Award. The winners have been chosen from a list of 420 works from 36 European nations, and five … Continue reading

2ha Magazine Fund It

Our friends over at 2ha magazine need your support. 2ha is a quarterly magazine interested in the suburbs that has be in publication since 2013. Each issue looks at suburbia and its relationship to a particular theme. They have looked … Continue reading

Happy Dublin

Dublin’s full of good news at the moment. The inner city’s Georgian buildings can now avail of tax benefits if they are used as homes and various vacant sites will be developed by Dublin City Council (DCC). Happy days! Tax … Continue reading

Nimble Spaces Conference

We are in the midst of a housing crisis. Families are on the streets, rents are soaring and house prices are looking bubbly. Nimble Spaces together with Camphill Communities of Ireland, VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art, Maynooth University Department of Geography … Continue reading

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