Architecture Ireland 310
Architecture Ireland Publishing Ltd.
Architecture Ireland is the journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Issue #310 focuses on the theme of ‘play’. Projects featured: Clydebank Community by Marc Kilkenny Architects; Trinity Business School by Scott Tallon Walker Architects; Pavilion House by Robert Bourke Architects; George’s Place by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Architects Department and A2 Architects.
Architectural Farm, Fernhill creative play: A child-led approach to designing for play, Playful playmaking: How to engage and spark collaboration in the design of public space, Rediscovering the city: How children use and perceive the urban public realm, This being where we play: A programme for reimagining Liberty Park, The changing face of play in the city, We are simply recreating things we enjoyed, so that somebody else might enjoy them, Managing your business in a time of global crisis, The non-material subject matter of architectural design, The architect as an expert witness, Micro-topographies and movement: How architects can learn from skateboarding, Dixon Jones 2: Buildings and Projects 1998-2019, A Real Living Contact with the Things Themselves, Curatorial endeavour, The strange death of architectural criticism, Urban morphology and design intuition, Hole in the wall blues, Humanism, craft, and generosity, A Playful City, Ian Latham, Irénée Scalbert, Hall McKnight, Catherine Slessor, Karl Kropf, Iveagh Play Centre, McDonnell and Reid