PLACE is delighted to be participating in the European Heritage Open Days again this September. For the 2012 edition, they have invited Barrie Todd, Architect and former RSUA President, to curate a list of notable modern buildings which will open their doors to the public around Northern Ireland. We also have a special panel discussion on modern architecture in Ulster, tours and urban walks.
PLACE Openers and Events
Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin, Derry (Open Sat & Sun 9am-4pm)
Giant’s Causeway Visitor Centre (Tours on Sat 8th at 12pm and 2pm – Booking required – phone 028 9054 3022)
Lyric Theatre (Tours on Sat 8th & Sun 9th at 10am – Booking required – phone 028 9054 3022)
Market Place Theatre, Armagh (Open Sat 8th Sept, 11am – 3pm)
PLACE Architecture Walking Tours (Sat 8th 11am, Sun 9th 11am – Booking essential)
PRONI (Open Sat 8th ONLY, 10am-4pm)
Robinsview – BBC House of the Year 2012 (Tours on Sat 8th and Sun 9th at 12pm – Booking essential)
The MAC (Open Sat 8th & Sun 9th – Architect’s Tour both days at 1pm – Booking essential)
University of Ulster, York Street (Architect’s Tour on Sat 8th ONLY at 1pm – Booking essential)
Victoria Square Urban Walk with Ken Sterrett (Sat 8th 2pm, Sun 9th 2pm – no booking required)
What next for Ulster Architecture? (Fri 7th, 1pm – Booking essential)
BOOKING NOTICE: Please note booking is essential for almost all EHOD events. Please go to the website for all booking information.
If you do not wish to book online, please contact them on (028) 9023 2524.