City Life Summer School

School’s on for summer! Fancy looking at Dublin through the lenses of urban history, interaction design, spatial arts and architecture? NCAD and UCD are hosting a City Life summer school this July. Students will have the opportunity to look at the … Continue reading

Unexpected City – International Student Competition in Architectural Design

Theme: Architecture in Transformation Topic: Unexpected City Registration Deadline: 30th June Submission Deadline: 31st August The competition of this year continues to focus on the theme of “Architecture in Transformation” with the topic “Unexpected City” decided by Daniel Libeskind, Chairman of the jury. … Continue reading

Shigeru Ban receives the 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize

Shigeru Ban will receive the 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize. Shigeru Ban, a Tokyo-born, 56-year-old architect with offices in Tokyo, Paris and New York, is rare in the field of architecture. He designs elegant, innovative work for private clients, and uses … Continue reading

SET Launch – Issue 05, Home Alone – December 18th 2014

SET Launch - Issue 05, Home Alone 6:30pm 18th December NOWHERE, 64 Aungier Street Join SET this Thursday at 6:30pm to celebrate the launch of their fifth issue in NOWHERE, 64 Aungier Street. In this issue, Interiors write about Chris Columbus’ 1990 film Home … Continue reading

Gilroy McMahon Architects winner of Primary Schools for the 21st century competition

The Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairí Quinn T.D., today announced that Gilroy McMahon Architects is the winner of an international design competition for primary schools. The Department of Education and Skills (DES) will use the results from the competition … Continue reading

Kumamoto Artpolis: Architecture Through Communication – until 25th March

Free event. Kumamoto Prefecture is a medium-sized prefecture with a population of 1.8 million, situated in southern Japan. “Kumamoto Artpolis” is a programme operated by the Local Government Authorities of the prefecture since 1988 up to the present. They call … Continue reading

Education by design – IAF in The Irish Times

We are very proud to share a fantastic article by Sylvia Thompson on our National Architects in Schools Initiative. Read the full article HERE. Picture - Architect Evelyn Darcy with Transition Year students from St Joseph’s Secondary School Stoneybatter, Dublin 7. … Continue reading

Beatrice Galilee appointed Architecture Curator at the Metropolitan Museum NY

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced the appointment of Beatrice Galilee, as associate curator of architecture and design. She will work within the department of Modern and Contemporary Art. According to a job posting in The Art Newspaper, the … Continue reading

‘Exploring Spaces’ – 22nd March – 31st May at Braid Arts Centre

‘Exploring Spaces’ is an exhibition that examines place and space in its broadest sense from the macro to the micro, the global to the local, where both perceived and imagined spaces are investigated.  Architecture and the built environment; interior and … Continue reading

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