This is a guest blogpost by Aisling Shannon Rusk with whom I regularly share conversations with as we are both in the midst of PhDs looking at architecture and contested […]
As well as studying those architects and actors/agents from Northern Ireland (‘insiders’) who practiced during and after the conflict, the PhD is also looking to those agents who came into […]
The map above shows the position of architectural practices across Belfast (shown by the red pin) in relation to the contested interfaces (shown by the white lines) between mainly protestant/unionist […]
PING Talk: G-ate 6.30 – 7.30pm, Monday 10th December 2012, PS² Rory Hyde in conversation with Northern Irish practitioners. Talk facilitated by Paul Bower (Veggie Curry made by Ruth Morrow) […]
Individuals and groups carrying out similar and relevant research consists of, but is not limited to the following: Stevens, G. (1998) The Favoured Circle: The Social Foundations of Architectural Distinction […]
What happens when you copy and paste all of the RIBA Code of Professional Conduct for Architects into a piece of wordcloud software?
Northern Ireland must be the thumb and index finger of an Ireland depicted by a clenched fist. Or it’s a political game of paper-scissors-stone? You can watch the full video […]