This is Content. This is Theory. This is Craft.
Dublin School of Architecture Press
This is Content. This is Theory. This is Craft. was published as part of the Dublin School of Architecture End of Year Show 2019 and and features a collection of work produced by students during the 2018/19 academic year. The yearbook acts as a record of three fundamental mediums that the Dublin School of Architecture and its students use to communicate: content, theory, and craft.
Tech HQ: European Headquarters for The Circle in Limerick, from Eggers’ 2013 novel of the same name
Third Year Architecture – Semester Two Project
Social Experimentation: Proposing urban design and architectural strategies to enhance the Docklands
Fourth Year Architecture – Selected Projects
Third Year Architectural Technology – Selected Projects
Second Year Architecture – Semester One Project
Developing Technical Skills
First Year Architectural Technology – Selected Projects
Second Year Architecture – Semester Two Project
Fifth Year Architecture Thesis
Capel Street Live!
First Year Architecture – Working Wall
The Architectural Students Association
Barcelona as an architectural precedent: A four-day exploration of the weird and wonderful
Rethinking the crit: A new pedagogy in architectural education
Fourth Year Architecture – Social manifesto image
Walks of Bath
Peter Smithson – introduction to ‘walks within the walls’ 1971
Third Year Case Study – Post study trip
Interview: Siobhán Ní Éanaigh
Fourth Year Architectural Technology – 9-10 Fenian Street
Thesis Investigation – Fifth Year Architecture
The challenges of minimal dwelling typology in collection housing
First Year Architecture one-week challenge
Caring for place: constructing common worlds
Place of Work
Third Year - One week conceptual project
Close Encounter: A reflective discussion
DSA Staff at the Venice Biennale
Timber Product Technology, Furniture
Timber Product Technology, Joinery
Year One and Two
Editors: Tim Connell, Emma Kavanagh, Peter MacClancy, Adam McLoughlin, Michael Sykes.
Authors: Orla Hanly, Jennifer Boyer, Cormac Allen, Joseph Little, Stephen Best, Sean Nolan, Alannah O'Reilly, Helen McFadden, Abby Reneham, Marko Matasic, Diarmuid Wolfe, Victoria Hevesi, Edyta Baran, Peter Staunton, Raluca Gaftoi, Ronan Collins, Alex O'Treasaigh, Kate Essex, Rian Murray, Kaetlin Wallace, Ursula Kearney, Simon Roumier, Emma Harrington, Elliot Swatek, Shane Nelson, Saoirse Gough, Harry Bancroft, Adewale Adesanya, Louise Mongan, Liam Deguara, Barabara Wierzbicka, Conor Byrne, Audrey Murphy, Conor O'Kelly, Andrew Arlovski, Ellen Brien, Deirdre Flood, Beatrice Portfirio, Philip Marron, Lauren Forde, Matej Talar, Sarah Mullins, Kirsty McClean, Nigel Smyth, Eoin Carney, Brian Drury, Gyongyi Sandor, Katerina Jurkevica, Maeve Webster, Mairead Whelan, Mary Flynn, Roman Hartmann, Nicola Burke, Donal Brophy, Kevin Sweeney, Majella Walsh, Rob Hamilton, Tim Murphy, Hannah Misstear, Kate Masquelier, Aoife Burke, Evelyn Phelan, Cormac Stott, Ryan Rafter, Alyssa Valencia, Jedd Cabreza, Aibhlin Clabby, Stuart Medcalf, Kotryna Knystautaite, James McGrath, Matthew Fitzsimons, Patrick Flynn, Ben Motherway, Cathal Dunne, Jack Prendergast, Heather Gavin, Viktoria Hevesi, Edyta Baran, Kristian Markovic, Gerard Byrne, Sean O'Connor, Peter Smithson, Alex Curtis, Avril Bradley, Karl Twomey, Moa Hogart, Siobhán Ní Éanaigh, Emma Kavanagh, Matej Talar, Christopher O'Neill, Michael Wood, Wiktoria Korcz, Eoin Carney, Liam McKiernan, David McCabe, Kristin Sleator, Conor Kenny, David Smith, Edyta Baran, Donal MacLarnon, Grainne McGuill, Jack Hickey, Harry Walker, Garrett Kane, Derek Kennedy, Elysia Taylor, Conor Manning, Ray English.
TU Dublin, Strategic Plan, Broombridge, DSA School Strategic plan 2020-25, Linenhall, Georgian Limerick, Tech HQ, Architecture Belongs, Social Experimentation, Dublin Docklands Master plan, Urban Village, Post-Primary School, Housing Scheme, Staccato Music Academy, The Hearth Stone, Dublin Institute of Maritime Technology, A Structural Matrix, Pre-Placement, timber, steel, concrete, towards integrated buildings, timber study, steel study, Recital Hall, thesis, technology, Technical Guidance Documents, TGD, Part L, Developing Technical Skills, Otium, rejuvenated landscape, otium bathing, Venustas, Capel Street, Architectural Students Association, Barcelona as an architectural precedent, Critique, Rethinking the Crit, Social Purpose, Walks of Bath, Bath, Point Cloud, Framing Foci, Bad Architecture, local diversity, Caring for place, Place of Work, joinery, brick, stonelaying, painting, wallpapering,
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