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Architecture Ireland 305

Architecture Ireland Publishing Ltd.
€ 9.50 EUR

Architecture Ireland is the journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Issue #305 focuses on the theme of ‘colour’. Projects featured: A house in a garden by David Leech Architects; Avolon Global Headquarters by MOLA Architecture; Liffey Mews by Architectural Services, Kildare County Council; and 1 & 10 Molesworth Street by Henry J Lyons.

Editor: Michael K. Hayes.

Authors: David Browne, Marsh Ireland, Miriam Dunne, Patrick Flynn, Maureen O’Connor, Mark Price, Kine Angelo, Alex Booker, Fiona McLachlan, Adam Nathaniel Furman, Martijn Schlatmann, Marian Balfe, Conor English, Tara Kennedy, Alan Mee, Vivian Cummins, Ciarán Ferrie, Gerry Cahill, Catherine Crowe, Eimear Arthur.

Appropriate colours, ‘A house that is completely white looks like a cream jug’ - Le Corbusier’s colour scheme at Maison La Roche-Jeanneret (1923-25), A kaleidoscopic architecture, Close reading through colour, Urban colour gestalt and chromatic entropy, Achieving quality through smart procurement - An interview with RIAI CEO Kathryn Meghen, Rethinking the crit - A new pedagogy in architectural education, Professional indemnity insurance, RIAI Architecture Awards 2019, RIAI Silver Medal for Housing, RIAI and OPW design competition for a commemorative bridge at the Irish War Memorial Gardens, Ballyless is not Ballymore - A review of the RIAI and DHPLG National Housing Conference 2019, City as sponge - De Urbanisten, Architectural behaviorology, Venice to Cork and back - Close Encounter: Meetings with Remarkable Buildings, Mallow Union Workhouse, George Wilkinson, 1839, Atelier Bow-Wow, De Urbanisten

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