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Architecture Ireland 309

Journal
2020
Architecture Ireland Publishing Ltd.
€ 9.50 EUR

Architecture Ireland is the journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Issue #309 focuses on the theme of ‘obsolescence’. Projects featured: Colin Connect Transport Hub by Hall McKnight; Extension, Gairmscoil Éinne by Paul Dillon Architects; Student Residences, Thapar University by McCullough Mulvin Architects; Small Works, Belvedere College by TAKA Architects.

Editor: Michael K. Hayes.

Authors: Ciaran O’Connor, Daniel M. Abramson, Oliver Kinnane, Robert Schmidt III, James Pinder, Mark Kelly, Cormac Murray, James Grieve, Helena McElmeel, Johnny Tucker, Gillian Brady, Darragh Breathnach, Fredericka Sheppard, Eimear Arthur, Ronan O’Boyle, Brian Ward, Thomas Halligan, Marcus Donaghy, Aoife-Marie Buckley, Livia Hurley, Andrea Doyle, Margaret Keane, Nicki Matthews, Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi, Jim Roche, Pat Barry.

Conceptions of change: An architectural history of obsolescence, Calculating the cost of building: Obsolescence, architecture and the climate crisis, Thinking about the future: Designing buildings for retrofit, Non-linear thinking: Obsolescence within a circular built environment, Expiry date unknown: The precious persistence of Phibsboro Centre, Detail: Bear Market Coffee, DUA, Flexibility and workplace resilience, That moment between the complexities of the past and an unknown future, A return to ‘happy mistakes’: How 3D printing can influence the architectural design process, Housing, Architecture, and the Edge Condition: Dublin is Building, 1935-1975, Housing in Ireland: The A-Z guide, Eutopian Worlds, Tactful Confidence, Keeping Ireland Modern, Architecture as a story-telling art, Early Buildings Conference, Brutal(ist) Nostalgia, Poetic Pragmatism, RIAI Gandon Medal, Learning from Peter Rice: Reflections on a collaborative student project, Measuring embodied carbon: Translating information into action, Between Gandon and Grafton, Premises for Mr R.J Duggan: no.32 Dame Street Dublin, David Adjaye, Ellen Rowley, Traumnouvelle, Lorcan Sirr, Johansen Skovsted Arkitekter

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