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Architecture Ireland 321

Architecture Ireland Publishing Ltd.
€ 9.50 

Architecture Ireland is the journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Issue #321 focuses on the theme of ‘wood’.




A role for bio-based materials in climate change mitigation?

Jim Hart and Francesco Pomponi

Developments in engineered wood

Paving the way for low-carbon construction

Annette M. Harte and Conan O’Ceallaigh

Timber in Irish construction

Challenges, opportunities, and future needs

Pat Barry MRIAI

Design for adaptability, disassembly, and re-use of timber-frame construction

St. John Walsh MRIAI

An atypical prototype

Designing the Rehan Houtbundel Fabriek

Mike Haslam MRIAI

From digital processes to an architectural language

Designing with mass timber

Merritt Bucholz MRIAI and Karen McEvoy MRIAI

Central Quad, TU Dublin

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Review by Liam Tuite FRIAI

Le Chéile Education Centre

TAKA Architects

Review by Kate Griffin MRIAI

V-face Restaurant

tún – architecture + design

Review by Aoife Grogan MRIAI

House for a Gardener

LiD Architecture

Review by Micah Jones MRIAI


Product news

From policy to culture

An interview with RIAI President Charlotte Sheridan

Michael K. Hayes MRIAI


Who plans the city? Reflections on an urban planning seminar hosted at TEST SITE

Ailbhe Cunningham MRIAI

Apartments, design, and operating costs

David Rouse


V&A East

O’Donnell + Tuomey

A shared foundation

Introducing architecture and planning at secondary school

Garry Miley MRIAI

Building performance

Societal drive, programme, and symposium

Joseph Little MRIAI and Patrick Daly

Construction ADR

An evolving landscape?

Peter O’Malley MRIAI

Things that are outside of your control

An interview with Emma Geoghegan MRIAI on her first five years in practice

Eimear Arthur MRIAI

States of Entanglement


Review by John McLaughlin MRIAI

Malton’s Views of Dublin

Various authors

Review by Úna Ní Mhearáin FRIAI

Louis Kahn: The Importance of Drawing

Michael Merrill (ed.)

Review by Mark Price MRIAI

The Dignity of Everyday Life

Eoin Ó Broin and Mal McCann

Review by Cormac Murray MRIAI

Liberty Hall

Michael O‘Loughlin

Review by Anna Ryan Moloney

Cloud Studies

Forensic Architecture

Review by Timothy Stott

Staircases and people

A narrative to building

Dominic Stevens MRIAI

From mortar and glass

John Patrick McHugh


Editor: Michael K. Hayes.

Authors: Jim Hart, Francesco Pomponi, Annette M. Harte, Conan O’Ceallaigh, Pat Barry, St. John Walsh, Mike Haslam, Merritt Bucholz, Karen McEvoy, Liam Tuite, Kate Griffin, Aoife Grogan, Micah Jones, Ailbhe Cunningham, David Rouse, Sheila O'Donnell, John Tuomey, Joseph Little, Patrick Daly, Peter O'Malley, Eimear Arthur, John McLaughlin, Úna Ní Mhearáin, Mark Price, Cormac Murray, Timothy Stott, Dominic Stevens, John Patrick McHugh.

environment, conservation, bio, eco materials, environmentally friendly, clt, cross-laminated timber, wood, timber, construction, studio, unviersity, TUD, school, residential, commercial, detail, London, Victoria & Albert, Museum, book, review,

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