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Dylan
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Male
43 years old
About Me

first year student of architecture in SAUL


affiliation

SAUL

position

student

research interests

spatial proportions, ratios and orientation, and how these effect the experience of architecture in a modern context.

Exploring the conscious and subconscious reactions to architecture, and how this could relate to the manipulation of these proportions.

contact information

Mobile: 0863776303

Email: [email protected]


Emer O'Siochru
Member
About Me

I am a registered Architect and a Planning and Development Valuer. I have variously worked ;- as an architectural assistant in commercial architectural practices, as studio master for 7 years in UCD School of Architecture, as a developer of inner city mixed-use properties, as an Irish furniture design gallery owner, as a technical expert for local community development, as a principle of an ecological architectural practice.  I have also served voluntarily on public and voluntary sector boards such as Comhar, IEN, RIAI Sustainability Task Force, BREG Advisory Board, Environmental Pillar, and currently, on the Tipperary Energy Agency.

I have been an advocate of sustainability since 1980 firstly as a community architect for social change and since mid 90s mainly for environmental objectives. I co-founded Feasta, the Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability in 1998. I am currently director of EOS Future Design a small multi disciplinary practice that develops real and virtual systems for sustainable living in both the built and natural environments.

 


affiliation

EOS Future Design

position

Director

research interests

• Better ways to plan, develop and finance settlements;- similar the two stage process that the improving Irish landlords used so well in the 18/19th Centuries.

 

Specifically, I am exploring a commons approach where the land is held in trust separately from buildings; also new relationships between architects, clients, users and builders that eschews private competition and public patronage. I set up and participate in the Community Land Trust Initiative to promote CLTs and, recently the Design Team Cooperative to facilitate development of land held in trust by various bodies.

 

• Sustainability in the built and natural environment. In particular distributed energy and waste systems using anaerobic digestion and pyrolysis for energy and soil fertility.

 

I am just finishing an EPA funded 'Agrichar' project that carries through 'PBx2' Report SEAI funded learnings re inter laia use of biochar to reduce emisisons from Irish agriculture. I am Chair of the newly formed Biochar Cooperative.

 

• New banking and credit systems for the above. Working with the Irish Public Banking Forum previously and now irish Rural Link to establish local owned banks along the German Sparkassen model in Ireland.

recent publications

'Community Land Trusts ': Article in Housing Ireland Magazine. Autumn 2015

'The Magic of Public Banks': An interview with Ellen Brown. The Village Magazine. November 2014

'The Fair Tax' Book : Editor and Contributor. Published by Shepeard-Walwyn ( London) 2012

'Local Energy Resilience': Section in 'Aspriations for ireland' Ed. Susannah Kingston. Published by The Columba Press (Dublin) 2 010

'Cutting Transport and Emissions through Integration': Chapter in Fleeing Vesuvius Book , Ed. Richard Douthwaite and Gillian Fallon. Published by Feasta (Dublin) 2010


contact information

EOS Future Design

39 Windsor Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6

[email protected]

01 4972564

0868267555


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Emily Shakespeare
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Female
About Me



affiliation

WIT

position

PhD Candidate

research interests

Landscape history and geography

recent publications


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Emmett Scanlon
Member
Male
About Me

affiliation

UCD

position

Lecturer

research interests

-

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Eoghan O Shea
Member
Male
About Me



affiliation

TCD

position

Architect, Postgraduate researcher

research interests

User-focused design of built space

Participative design approaches

Universal and inclusive design of built space

Building evaluation methodology

Communication through architecture.

recent publications


contact information

EOGHAN C O SHEA 

TrinityHaus | Trinity College Dublin | 16 Westland Row | Dublin 2

+353 (0)1 896 3676

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Ernesto Luis Valdivieso
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Male
About Me

Ernesto Valdivieso

Architect

Born, April 5, 1968

Maracay, Venezuela

Spanish, English & Portuguese

Phone No. 058 0424 3305310

E-mail: [email protected]

 

http://ernestovaldivieso.artelista.com

http://worldarchitecture.org/ernestovaldivieso/

http://www.facebook.com/groups/116709568356372/

Nuevos Proyectos en el Lago Tacarigua.

http://www.facebook.com/groups/192704837410920/

Solo en Venezuela.

 

EDUCATION

Art Studies in “Universidad Nacional Pedro Henriquez Urena”, until 1986, Dominican Republic.

Professional degree in Architecture “Universidad Central de Venezuela”, Caracas, Venezuela. 1999.

COURSES

Historical Building Treatment. Ouro Preto, Bello Horizonte, Brasil, 2000.-

Historical Building Treatment. Bogota, Colombia. 2000

Escenografía Teatral. Teresa Carreno Theather, Caracas, Venezuela. 1990.

 

HABILITIES

Autocad, Flash cad, Photoshop, Architectural models.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Restauration of Historical Monument. Instituto Politécnico Universitario Santiago Marino. Maracay. Venezuela. 2000-2002.

 

Architectural Desing Teacher. I.P.U.S.M. Maracay. Venezuela. 2000-2002

 

 

-Teacher, “URBAN ART, STREET ART AND PUBLIC SPACE”. Dirección de Extensión. Universidad de los Andes. Mérida, Venezuela. Mayo 2012.

-Teacher, “FASHION SHOW SCENERY”. Dirección de Extensión. Universidad de los Andes. Mérida. Mayo 2012.

- Teacher, MARKETING. Centro de Arte y Diseño. Mérida 2012.

- Teacher, INTERIOR DESIGN, Centro de Arte y Diseño. Mérida 2012.

- ARCHITECTURAL DESING TEACHER FACULTAD DE ARQUITECTURA Y DISEÑO, Universidad de los Andes. Mérida, Venezuela. 2013_ 2014

 


affiliation

FADULA

position

Teacher

research interests

Architectural conceptualización

recent publications

Articles at "Entre Rayas" Review


contact information

Phone No. 058 0416 8103312

E-mail: [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/arquitecto.ernesto.valdivieso

twitter: @tumejorproyecto

 

Link to personal page

http://www.archilovers.com/ernesto-valdivieso/


Eryk Rawicz-Lipinski
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Male

Fiona Hughes
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Female

Hugh Campbell
Moderator
About Me

I have been teaching and researching at UCD since 1992 and was appointed Professor of Architecture in 2008. My research interests are quite diverse but revolve around questions of space, consciousness and identity. My PhD research looked at the politics of urban development in Dublin, while more recently I have been interested in looking at issues of identity and language in modern and contemporary Irish architecture. At the same time, I have been writing and researching on the connections between consciousness and architecture. I have also had a growing interest in photography, specifically how space and the self are framed through photographs. I have been compiling a series of essays and conference papers on the subject which I aim to publish as a book in the not too distant future. Meanwhile, I am also acting as joint editor of the Architecture volume of a 5 volume project from the Royal Irish Academy - The Art and Architecture of Ireland - to be published in 2014.

http://www.ucd.ie/arcel/staff/hugh_campbell.htm

http://www.spaceframed.blogspot.com/

http://www.ria.ie/Our-Work/Research/AAI.aspx


affiliation

UCD

position

Professor of Architecture

research interests

contemporary Irish Architecture

history of Irish architecture, landscape and cities

Consciousness, space and architecture

Photography, space and architecture

recent publications

hugh campbell, nathalie weadick, samantha martin macauliffe, brian ward (2008) THE LIVES OF SPACES - Ireland's Participation at the 11th International Architecture Exhbiition, Venice 2008. dublin: ucd architecture/ IAF. [Details]

Hugh Campbell (2009) ' The City and the Text: Remembering Dublin in Ulysses: Remembering Ulysses in Dublin ' In: sarah chaplin, alexandra stara (eds). Curating Architecture in the City. london and New York: routledge. 

Hugh Campbell (2009) ' Temporary Discomfort: Jules Spinatsch¿s Documentation of Global Summits ' In: christph linder (eds). Globalisation and Violence. london and New York: routledge. 

Campbell, H. (2008) 'Heads: Philip Lorca diCorcia and the Paradox of Urban Portraiture' In: Marina Latouri, Diana Periton and Vittoria di Palma (eds). The Intimate Metropolis. London and New York: Routledge.

Campbell, H. & Ward, B. (2007) 'Google and eBay in Dublin' In: Global Cities, Local Sites. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press. 

Campbell, H. (2006) 'Continuity and Renewal in the work of O'Donnell and Tuomey' In: Intoductory essay in O'Donnell and Tuomey monograph. *: Princeton Architectural Press. 

Campbell, H. (2005) 'Modern Architecture and national identy in Ireland' In: Cleary, J. & Connolly, C (eds). The Cambridge Companion to Modern Ireland Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 


contact information

[email protected]

003531 7162757


James Benedict Brown
Administrator
Male
About Me

I'm currently in my second year of PhD studies at Queen's University Belfast under the supervision of Prof. Ruth Morrow and Keith McAllister.


Born and raised in England to Ulster/English parents, I received my BA(Hons) and M.Arch. from the University of Sheffield. I was introduced to live projects as teaching and research tools during the latter, and developed a critical interest in their advantages and disadvantages.


I've lived, worked and studied in the UK, Canada and France, and currently divide my time between Glasgow and Belfast.


More info: http://learningarchitecture.wordpress.com/


affiliation

Queen's University Belfast

position

PhD Candidate

research interests

My PhD is ongoing, investigating the origins and motivations behind live projects in architectural education.

recent publications

Brown, James & Warren, Tom, 2010. Let loose the Loganberries of war: making noise and occupying space in Govanhill. Field 3(1) 125-132.

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Jenny Cromie
Member
Female
33 years old
About Me

affiliation

QUB

position

Graduate

research interests

Urban Design, Urban Morphology, Landscape Design, External Structures, Exposed Structures

Link to personal page

www.understandingarchitecture.wordpress.com


John McLaughlin
Member
Male
About Me

I am a graduate of UCD School of Architecture. I worked in Paris and London for over a decade on major civic and cultural projects before returning to Dublin where I was director of architecture with the Dublin Docklands Authority until I started private practice focusing on the intersection of architecture, infrastructure, art and urbanism. I enjoy transdisciplinary projects and often collaborate with other practitioners. My design approach is strategic emphasising operational logic over compositional design.

I am a lecturer in UCC and Cork Centre for Architectural Education where I lecture on cities and their cultures as well as teaching design studio in the Masters in Architecture course. I also teach a design unit in the Masters of Architecture course at UCD, and have previously taught at Oxford Brookes University. I have been a visiting critic and lecturer at a number of other schools of architecture.

I have adjudicated many architecture competitions and awards and participated in a number of exhibitions including the Second International Architecture Biennale in Rotterdam in 2005, the First international Architecture Triennale in Lisbon in 2007, and in the New Urbanity exhibition at the Deutsches Architektur Museum, Frankfurt in 2009. In 2012 I curated the Irish Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale titled Shifting Ground.


affiliation

UCC and CCAE / UCD

position

Lecturer

research interests

I am currently carrying out independent design based research on landscapes generated by infrastructure, exploring the potential role for architectural agency to synthesise the processes that transform places. In parallel with this I am developing written research on the theme of the production of place.I regularly contribute to reviews and journals and have written for The Architect’s Journal; Architecture Ireland; Irish Arts Review; and Building Material, as well as authoring essays and book chapters.

contact information

Studio 11
The Old Firestation
Dún Laoghaire
Co. Dublin.
01-2845175

CCAE
9/10 Copley Street
Cork City.


Kamal Tribak
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Male
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affiliation

it carlow

position

student

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Katec
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Female
36 years old

Kevin Donovan
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Male

Killian Doherty
Member
Male
About Me



affiliation

The Bartlett (UCL)

position

PhD Student

research interests


recent publications


contact information


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Link to personal page

http://www.architecturalfieldoffice.org/


Laura Johnstone
Member
Female
About Me

I am an architect and in 2012 I completed a masters thesis on the evolution and conservation on an area of Monkstown & Dun Laoghaire's 19th century suburbs. For my doctoral thesis I am researching the influence of estate landlords on the morphology of the Victorian suburbs of South County Dublin from 1778 to 1900. I am focusing on the role of ground landlords and their agents in the evolution of large suburban areas of Dublin in the 19th century, particularly relating to architectural and suburban design, house type and street layout, analysing the priorities of the estate and its impact on the heritage character of these Victorian suburbs.


affiliation

School of Architecture, UCD

position

PhD Centennial Scholar

research interests

Architectural Conservaton, 19th century estate management, suburban morphology

contact information

[email protected], [email protected]


Liam Boyce
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Male

Livia Hurley
Member
Female
About Me

affiliation

University College Dublin

position

Occasional Lecturer, Tutor and Researcher

research interests

Urban History; Industrial Architecture and Post-industrial Landscapes.


Maria Donoghue
Member
Female
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