Dublin School of Architecture Yearbook 2020
An annual yearbook featuring student work from the Dublin School of Architecture, TU Dublin.
No Poverty, The Democratic Space, Antithesis to Suburbia, Zero Hunger, Good Health+Wellbeing, Quality Education, Marion Mahony Griffin: Tracing an Irish Line through her Animism, Clean Water + Sanitation, Affordable + Clean, Environmental comfort and energy efficieny in TU Dublin, Decent Work + Economic Growth, Outreach and sustainability - drivers of a new timber technology degree programme, Industry, innovation + infrastructure, reduced inequalities, Professional practice work placement, Sustainable cities + communities, Thesis from climate active architecture, Speculative Realism and the pursuit of a Subjectless, Post-Anthropocene Architecture, Responsible Consumption + Production, Climate Action, Life Below Water, Life on Land, Peace, Justices + Strong Institutions, Jeremy Till: Climate Action, Architectural Education + the Future of the Profession, Worldskills International Competition 2019, Partnerships for the Goal, Transform-EDU Project, Sustainability Education Context, Covid-19, ASA, Architectural Students Association, Research, Healthcare Facility, Primary Care Centre, FARM, Welcomed Intruders, Informality, Dorset Street, community centre, Semester two, projects, exemplars, BArch, MArch, Masterplan, Pembroke, accommodation, housing, The Bactrian Estate, Matlandsby, Malahide, office, gym, building energy analysis, construction skills, door, office desk, table, CNC machined lounge chair, Timber PassivHaus, timber, concrete, architectural technology, urban school, primary school, The value of Roughness, Unfolding Eden, Labyrinthine Village, Depth through layering, limits of necessity, designing in the dark with night vision goggles, research, Window degradation, Environment, solar panels, Clay materials, thermal mass, detailing, freehand, sectional model, mews house, revit, observe, record, communicate, unlocking the urban fabric, bio-beacon, aquaponics, Milford mill river, research facility, townscape, treescape, Read more
Architectural Survey 1959
Architectural Survey was an annual review of contemporary architecture in Ireland, which ran from 1953-1972.
Office of Public Works, Reconstruction, domestic, Desmond R. O’Kelly, Gustamur-foto, Catholic Church, Curragh Camp, Kildare, Church of the Resurrection, Spangle Hill, Cork, St. Mary’s Church, Creggan Derry, Convent of the Good Shepherd, Convent, Church, chapel, cathedral, Commerce, Health, Industry, Education, Religion, Housing, Public Service, Recreation, New Liberty Hall Building, Earley Studios of Ecclesiastical Arts, The Walpamur Company, RW Hammond, P.J. Hegarty, Studio 39, Leinster Studios, Rev. Fr. Rynne CSSP, WD Fry, T.S. McCarter, Lensmen, Leslie Stuart Studios, Rex Roberts Studios, Brendan Wall, Arthur Winter, Newtownards Chronicle, Deegan Photo, Directory of Architects, Classified Buyers’ Guide, Index to advertisersRead more