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Architecture Ireland 317

Architecture Ireland Publishing Ltd.
€ 9.50 EUR

Architecture Ireland is the journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Issue #317 focuses on the theme of ‘housing as a public good’. Projects featured: Margaret Kennedy Road by Dublin City Architects, New Dolphin Park by Reddy Architecture + Urbanism, Tooting Meadow by McKevitt King Architects, Rosemount Court by Dún Loaghaire-Rathdown Architects Department.

Editor: Michael K. Hayes.

Authors: Ciaran O'Connor, Eimear Arthur, Gerry Cahill, Alice Clancy, Doireann de Courcy Mac Donnell, Andrea Doyle, Bernadette Egan, Nuala Flood, Claire Mc Manus, Robin Mandal, Bob Jordan, David Williams, Dominic Stevens, Raymund Ryan, Laura Hurley, Ali Harvey, Tom Roseingrave, Karan O’Loughlin, Séamus Guidera, Áine Nic an Roigh, Michelle Norris, James O’Donoghue, Paul Keogh, Shane O’Toole, Ellen Rowley, Michael Haslam.

Designing for the public good - embedding spatial thinking in the development process, Housing as a public asset - Valuing our social housing stock, Housing as a social good - A strategy for ending homelessness, Housing First is clear in what it requires; how does architecture help deliver? Housing as a human right - Designing for diversity, Planning for the collective good - Castle Rackrent 2.0, Remembering John Meagher, Remembering Paddy Cahill, Designing together in COVID times, Construction contracts and dispute resolution news, Ireland’s Collaborative Town Centre Health Check (CTCHC) Programme - Putting Town Centres First, Working by design - An introduction to collective bargaining, Opportunity and preparedness - An interview with Gerry Cahill on his first five years in practise, Dublin by Design: Architecture and the City, Architecture Is a Social Act, Reinventing housing, Pilgrimage church in Neviges by Gottfried Bohm - A narrative to building, I saw a vision, Design for a labourers’ cottage, Cashel Rural District Council, Co.Tipperary, Joseph Connolly

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