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Adam de Eyto
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About Me

Adam lectures in Product Design and is the co-coordinator for the Design Factors research group at University of Limerick. He has a PhD in Design for Sustainability and has worked in design education since 1999. He previously worked as an industrial designer with Design Partners and Lowe Alpine Systems.He is one of the Lead Editors on the ITEARATIONS review Editorial Board http://iterations.ie



affiliation

Design Factors - University of Limerick

position

Lecturer/Researcher

research interests

Design for Sustainability ,New Product Development, Sustainable Product Service Systems, Transdisciplinary education, Behavioural Change , design for Health, and Soft Product Design

recent publications

See : 

http://scieng.ul.ie/departments/dmt/people/adam-deeyto

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Link to personal page

http://designfactors.ie/users/adam


Agustina Martire
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Female
About Me

I am an architect and researcher from Argentina. I studied architecture in the University of Buenos Aires, where I specialised in Architectural History and Theory. After a couple of years of working as an architect I started my PhD in Delft University of Technology and defended my thesis in 2008 entitled. Leisure Coast City. A comparative history of the urban leisure waterfront. Barcelona. Chicago. Buenos Aires. 1870-1930. 

Since then I have worked as a researcher and lecturer in Delft, Barcelona and Dublin and now I am a Lecturer in Architecture at Queen's University Belfast.




affiliation

Queen's University Belfast

position

Lecturer in Architecture

research interests

Urban history

Historic Urban Landscapes

19th century

Waterfronts

Leisure spaces

Heritage

Infrastructure History




recent publications

Recent and forecoming publications


2010 Article. “Dublin docklands. The urban fabric as cultural heritage” ICOMOS e-journal. November 2010.

2010 Article. “The Glocal Waterfront – evaluating standardisation in the docklands of Buenos Aires and Dublin” 10TH International Conference on Urban History. City and Society in European History. Ghent. September 2010.

2010 Article. “Dublin’s docklands and waterfront. History and memory on the urban fringe.” In EURAU 2010 European Symposium on Research in Architecture and Urban design – Naples June 2010.

2009 Article. “Waterfront retrieved. Buenos Aires’ contrasting leisure experience.” In Enhancing the City – New Perspectives for Urban Tourism and Leisure, Eds. G. Maciocco and S. Serreli. Urban Landscape Perspectives. 2009.

2009 Article. “The leisure waterfront – fringe and horizon of the metropolis” Ezelsoren. IHAAU. February 2009.

2008 Article. “La Costanera Sur De Buenos Aires – Borde Y Horizonte De La Ciudad”. In Public Art in Urban Design. Producing managing and disseminating aspects. Editor Antoni Remesar. Universitat de Barcelona. October 2008. ISSN 1139 7365

 


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Aine Nic an Riogh
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Female

Aisling Mac Donald
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Female
About Me

affiliation

Sheep Wool Insulation

position

Marketing and Sales

research interests

Natural Insulation


Alan Jones
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Male
About Me

Director of Education (Architecture) Queen's University Belfast (2008-present)

RIBA National Research and Innovation Committee  (2010-present)

RIBA Research Grants Committee (2011-present)

Incoming President Royal Society of Ulster Architects  2012-14

Expert Design Advisor to the Ministerial Advisory Group  2008 - present

Director of Alan Jones Architects  www.jonesarchitects.com


affiliation

QUB & RSUA

position

STF & Director of Education (Architecture)

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Alan Mee
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Male
About Me

affiliation

UCD

position

Urban Design/Architecture

research interests

Public Life in Ireland


Spatial Chaos ; Addressing Spatial Over-production in Ireland

 


Irish Density and Design Issues


Simultaneous Scale Design Strategies

 


Irish Architecture/ Urban Design / Politics Interface


Public Engagement & Architecture in Ireland


Irish Urban Designer Professional Status

 


Aleksandar Kostic
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Male
About Me

Aleksandar Kostic is a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade in Serbia. He has worked as an architect in Belgrade and at Scott Tallon Walker Architects in Dublin. He was involved in large scale European Commission construction projects as a project manager and also taught architecture at the University of Belgrade. He received awards for his designs some of which were exhibited or published in Ireland, UK, Spain, France, Italy and Serbia. He is a member of the Chamber of Engineers in Serbia. He joined WIT as lecturer in 2008 and is fifth year tutor.



affiliation

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT)

position

Lecturer, Year 5 Leader

research interests

architectural design

architectural design methodology

early greek philosophy in relation to education in architecture and architectural design

recent publications

Recent Architectural Publications:

National Agency FCSL Headquarters, Belgrade, Serbia (building review)

2009 Published inCatalogue of EU Awards for Architecture (Spain)
2009 Published inUrbarama, Atlas of Architecture (France)
2009 Published in NINMagazine (Serbia)
2008 Published inArchitectural Magazine Forum (Serbia)
2008 Published inArchitectural Magazine Ambient (Serbia)

Villa Monte Del Sol, Herceg-Novi, Montenegro (building review)

2006 Published in Magazine4 Homes (UK)
2006 Broadcasted onBBC4 (UK)


Recent Awards:

Humanities & Social Sciences Research Building,NUIM, Ireland (@STW Architects)

2008 Limited competition entry – 1st prize (winner)
2011 OPUS award
2011 Nominated for RIAI award

National Agency FCSL Headquarters, Belgrade, Serbia (Author with AGM)

2008 Listed as 3rdin Top 10 buildings in Serbia
2008 Nominated for Ranko Radovic Award - forArchitectural Achievement
2009 Nominated for Mies van der Rohe Award – an EUAward for Architecture



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Alexandra Pickerill
Member
Female
31 years old
About Me

 


affiliation

Waterford Institute of Technology

position

Student

research interests

Architecture, Conservation, Urban Planning, Photography

contact information

[email protected]

http://www.behance.net/AlexandraPickerill ;


Alina Holyst
Member
Female
40 years old
About Me

 

Chartered RIBA Architect (ARB) and Urban Planner, Entrepreneur, PLACE NI Board member. 

I have over 10 years working experience in architectural and planning industry on the island of Ireland. My expertise is regeneration of post-industrial areas and stakeholder liaison. I am a versatile and experienced Chartered Architect with an extensive background and portfolio across the commercial, public and private sectors. I am accomplished in working with multiple international stakeholders. 

To date I have held a range of professional positions and this has provided me with a breadth of career experiences. I was instrumental in the planning and project management of a major investment scheme in Poland. Prior I was a CEO of an international organisation and worked in a tender department of a successful Irish construction firm. I have gained knowledge across a range of business segments and I am well positioned to undertake multi-functional roles.

As a result of this diverse background I was recently appointed as a Part Time Lecturer at School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Institute of Spatial and Environmental Planning at the Queen's University Belfast. I deliver lectures on the following subjects:


Economy & Space, Spatial Planning, Property Development & Business Planning, European Planning Perspectives, Urban Planning, Regeneration, Planning Systems in NI, ROI and Central Europe, Place- making, Sustainable Communities, Regional Competitiveness, Sustainable Development.

Regularly engaged as a speaker for conferences in NI and Poland; topics have included: “Attractiveness of investment regions in Central Europe”, “Investors’ incentives and benefits, Special Economic Zones”, “Social Town Planning”, “Housing & Planning”; Organised urban study visits to Poland, France, Spain, Morocco, Brazil and delegations of politicians & VIPs to Poland. Participants included Members of House of Lords, House of Commons, Northern Ireland Assembly, Belfast City Council


affiliation

Place NI

position

Director

research interests

 


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Andrew Clancy
Member
Male
44 years old
About Me

Architect in practice with Clancy Moore

M.Arch Co-Ordinator QUB


affiliation

Queens University Belfast

position

Senior Fellow

research interests

The technologies of the Vernacular

Contemporary construction technologies informed by craft skills

contact information

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Andrew Molloy
Member
Male
37 years old
About Me

affiliation

University of Ulster

position

PhD Candidate

research interests

Architecture, urbanism, sociology, philosophy, neuroscience, cinematic urbanism, relexivity

Link to personal page

http://www.passoverinsilence.com/


Andy K
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Male
40 years old

Anna Ryan
Member
Female
About Me

I am an architect and cultural geographer, having graduated with a B.Arch. first class honours from the School of Architecture, University College Dublin in 2000 and a PhD from the Department of Geography, University College Cork in 2008. I practised as an architect with Grafton Architects in Dublin for two years and was editor of building material, the journal of the Architectural Association of Ireland, for another two years. From 2002 to 2004 I was a part-time tutor in Geography at UCC, and from 2004 to 2006 was a part-time tutor in Architecture at UCD. Since 2007 I am a full-time Lecturer (below the bar) in Architecture at SAUL where I follow particular interests in landscape, writing, drawing and photography through my teaching and research. A monograph emerging from my PhD research, Where Land Meets Sea: coastal explorations of landscape, representation and spatial experience, was published by Ashgate in 2012.


affiliation

School of Architecture, University of Limerick

position

Lecturer (btb)

research interests

My research follows interests in landscape, the coast, and modes of writing. I am developing work on a number of research projects: the practice of architecture writing / spatial writing, through the writing of narrative fiction and creative non-fiction in specific physical contexts; an exploration of the writing of landscape in particular contemporary Irish literature; a multi-disciplinary exploration into twentieth-century representations of landscape and Irishness; and a visual and textual study of the Irish seaside resort through contemporary student photography paralleled with eighteenth to twentieth century travel writing and nascent tourist literature.

recent publications

Ryan, Anna. Where Land Meets Sea: Coastal Explorations of Landscape, Representation and Spatial Experience. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012

See http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409429357

 

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Anna Skoura
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Female
About Me



affiliation

Queens University Belfast

position

PhD Student

research interests


recent publications


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Anne Gorman
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Female
About Me



affiliation

BSGS-UCL

position

Master of Science student

research interests

Light & Lighting


Antóin Doyle
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Male
About Me



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position

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research interests

My research interest lies in analysis, context and documentation.

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Arthur Parkinson
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Male
About Me

affiliation

University College Dublin

position

PhD candidate

research interests

Architectural heritage; public participation; building conservation; urban design


Ava
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Female
About Me



affiliation

Metropolitan Workshop

position

Urban Designer

research interests

cities, urban strategies, landscapes, public space, socially engaged design and processes, DIY approaches, research and writing, photography

Link to personal page

https://avelnm.wordpress.com/


Blaithin Quinn
Member
Female
About Me

I am an artist, architect and educator based in Dublin. My inter-disciplinary practice investigates real and virtual space, the urban condition and the potential of unrealised ideas. I hold a first class honours degree in Visual Arts Practice (IADT, 2010) and a degree in Architecture (UCD and Arkitektskolen Aarhus, Denmark, 1995). I set up TransColonia, a recycled space initiative in March 2010. TransColonia is part of a growing international trend to re-purpose vacant commercial space for creative use. This project has been awarded a DLR Co.Council Arts Grant and was a winning entry in the Royal Institute of Architects Ireland 3Twenty10 research competition. I am a member of Visual Artists Ireland, the Architectural Association of Ireland and Dublin City Council Artists Panel.


affiliation

TransColonia

position

Architect / Artist

research interests

Art and Architecture

Temporary site-specific interventions in vacant commercial spaces


recent publications

Recent exhibitions and projects include:

Shoot the Tiger (2012), Explore Architecture (2012), Unfolding Narratives (2011), Unused and Unloved (2011), Describing Architecture (2011, 2012), Recharge (2010)


Recent presentations include:

2012 - Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT): Spaces of Art and Architecture Seminar

2012 - University College Dublin (UCD) School of Architecture: Centenary Symposium: Architecture and Society, Practices and Projects, 2012.

2012 - Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) School of Architecture: All Ireland Architecture Research Conference: Negotiating Vacant Space, 2012

2012 - DLR Artists Network: Artist Talk

2011 - OpenCities, Panel Discussion, Creation Arcade, Dublin

2011 - Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI) Lecture:Mapping and Vacant Spaces, The Lab, Dublin City Council

2011 - Alternative Spaces Seminar, National College of Art and Design (NCAD) Dublin

2010 - Pecha-Kucha presentation at the Royal Institute of Architects Ireland

(RIAI) Conference, The Architecture of Recovery - A 2020 Vision for Ireland

2010 - Independent Spaces presentation at Exchange Dublin

contact information

website: www.transcolonia.org

email: [email protected]

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