Architecture Ireland 318
Architecture Ireland Publishing Ltd.
Architecture Ireland is the journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Issue #318 focuses on the city of Belfast. Projects featured: Scoil Uí Mhuirí by McGarry Ní Éanaigh Architects; North Dock by ABK Architects; Donegal Garda Station by Rhatigan Architects; House at Slyguff by Steve Larkin Architects.
9ft in common - Belfast’s hidden spaces of connection, Creed, commerce, and culture - A brief overview of Belfast’s architectural history, Nobody’s project, The need for a climate of change, Reflections from a small Belfast studio, RIAI Architecture Awards 2021, Remembering Dennis Gilbert, Ordinary buildings, well executed - An Interview with Richard Doorly MRIAI on his first five years in practise, Creating and reshaping workspaces for the next phase of COVID-19, Detail - Shandon House Dublin 7, and/or land -On the intersection between art and architecture, TGD Park M 2010 - Time for a rethink, Thinking on Paper, Urban Playground: How Child-Friendly Planning and Design Can Save Cities, Roadmapping a Viable Community-led Housing Sector for Ireland, As Found, Living Infrastructure, RIAI Women in Architecture 2021, Momentum, I am my own gift, Misfit, To be useful is to be beautiful, Bruder Klaus Chapel by Peter Zumthor - A narrative to building, Construction time again, Elmwood Presbyterian Church