The Old Park Story Project
3 - 28 September 2018
The project aims to contribute to a better understanding of the relationship between health and place, with a special focus on the concept of ‘sense of place’ as a factor in health and wellbeing.
Exhibition: The Belfast StreetSpace Project
22 June - 24 August 2018
The exhibition features design proposals and models, based on future-mapping of areas such as North Street and Castle Street. More...
Cinema Day 2018 Screening- WANDA Feminism and Moving Image present: Exhibition
Monday 27 August 2018, 19:00 – 22:00
Tickets are free, but should be reserved
Joanna Hogg’s film is both a portrait of a house - in this case James Melvin’s architectural design - and a depiction of the complexity of relationships within a shared domestic space. More...
PLACE Architecture Tours
Enjoy your weekend mornings in the company of our expert tour guides, who will tell you the story of Belfast's architecture, urban design and planning. More...
So What? Call for abstracts
Autumn 2018 - Summer 2019
So What? is a monthly forum held throughout the academic year. It's open to all disciplines with an interest in Northern Ireland, planning, architecture, space, society, and the built environment. More...
Exhibiting at PLACE
PLACE welcomes exhibition proposals from a range of practices: visual art, design, built-environment professions, socially engaged sectors. Image courtesy of Ian Sidaway.
Build It - Mysterious Belfast
Ongoing through 2018 | Drop in Monday - Friday, 9.30am - 5pm
PLACE, 7-9 Lower Garfield Street
Belfast, BT1 1FP
Help build a Lego® city. Create a well-connected city with houses, shops, schools, parks and much more. Build It - Mysterious Belfast encourages young people and their parents / guardians to bring their best ideas about cities. Then collect our “Mysterious Belfast” map and find the treasure in the architecture of Belfast. You will discover the unique elements that make Belfast an interesting and fun city to walk around. All ages welcome.
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