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The Architecture at the Edge Festival will take place in Galway and Mayo this weekend. The festival, designed to help citizens understand the many ways architecture impacts our lives, will feature a weekend of online lectures, interviews, exhibitions, and panel discussions - all live and all free.
Two Galway buildings finished in the top three in the race to find the winning project in the 2020 RIAI Public Choice Award announced by The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) this week.
A National Taskforce, with the goal of revitalising our town centres, including Galway city, will be essential in protecting and enhancing businesses, and combating problems exacerbated during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Business owners and public sector bodies located at Sandy Road are to meet with the Land Development Agency in the coming months to clear the way for a major 20-acre development at Sandy Road which will deliver up to 1,000 new homes, together with sustainable businesses and leisure spaces.
Architecture at the Edge festival, which was conceived to help local citizens understand the many ways architecture impacts our lives, has launched its programme for this month’s event and its central theme stems from a debate held this summer about the re-use of key spaces within the city.
Galway’s Pálás cinema designed by dePaor Architects, won two prestigious awards over the weekend with the building honoured by the Royal Irish Institute of Architects in Dublin and the Galvanizers Association in London.
A keynote event on the first day of the inaugural Architecture at the Edge festival will provide an opportunity for architects, planners, designers, creatives and local communities to talk about the shape of our built environment. The half day symposium entitled ‘Placemaking’ will be held on Friday 29th September at the O’Donoghue Centre NUI, Galway. What makes a great place to live? Who is involved in the making of places in which we live, work and play? How can we make more of our public places? These are just some of the questions to be explored at the symposium.
Galway based Paul Dillon Architects has won the Best Educational Building Award for its extension to Gairmscoil na bPiarsach in Rosmuc at the 2017 RIAI Architecture Awards. The company also won the Highly Commended Award for its design of the extension to Kilrickle National School.
The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) last Friday announced Killsallagh by Aughey O’Flaherty Architects, as the winner of Connacht House of the Year at the 2017 RIAI Irish Architecture Awards. The prize was awarded at a ceremony in Dublin’s Mansion House, attended by over 400 RIAI members.
The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) has marked Westport’s 250th birthday with a free public talk and guided walk of the town last Saturday. Led by Simon Wall (Westport town architect), a group of culture seekers learned about Westport’s urban regeneration over the past two decades, during which time Westport experienced its largest building programme since Georgian times.