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Showing posts with label Dublin. Show all posts

Tuesday, 28 February 2012

Connecting Places Mini Series: Bicycling Belfast: Part 2: An International Perspective

In this series, Connecting Places, we explore the spaces, places and sustainable transport systems in Belfast and beyond, with an aim to generate critical debate on the design of our towns and cities.
Series curated by Aaron Coulter

For previous posts from this series click here 

Part 2: An International Perspective

Broadly speaking, cycling cities can be split into two categories - ‘traditional’ cycling cities such as Copenhagen and Amsterdam and then those who have recently taken up the challenge to improve cycling conditions such as New York, London and Dublin (among many others). In this article we will be asking ‘What can Belfast learn from these cities?’

Copenhagen
(Credit: Blue Granola)

Friday, 27 January 2012

Secret Laboratory opening in Dublin - Tues 31st Jan

An exhibition which began its life at PLACE has been travelling all over Ireland in the past number of years. The Secret Laboratory explores the hidden world of architects' sketchbooks, featuring the ideas, observations, thoughts and reflections of Grafton Architects, Ciaran Mackel, McCullough Mulvin, Jane Larmour, Sheila O'Donnell, and more.

The Secret Laboratory was created by Paul Clarke, an architect and writer based in the School of Architecture and Design at the University of Ulster.

The exhibition launches at Wood Quay offices on Tues 31st January at 5pm. It continues from the 31st Jan - 17th Feb, Monday - Friday from 9am - 5pm.



Click the flyer to enlarge

Click the flyer to enlarge

The exhibition is supported by University of Ulster, PLACE, the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure and Dublin City Council.

Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Save Dublin's Cycle Officer

It was announced last week that Dublin is set to lose its Cycling Officer, Ciaran Fallon. He is currently the only Cycling Officer in any of the City Councils in Ireland. This position played a key role in promoting cycling in the city, just recently voted 9th most bike friendly city in the world by Copenhagenize (Irish Times, September 2011). If the post is lost it will be a devastating blow for cycling in Dublin. But it could also set a trend for decision makers in Northern Ireland.

There's an online petition which can let you show your support for improving cycling in Dublin and beyond.


Full details via The Irish Times: http://tiny.cc/ap2hs

Online petition: http://tiny.cc/ysakq
Campaign Informaton: http://tiny.cc/2hp4h
Twitter: #dublincycling

Monday, 18 April 2011

UCD School of Architecture Landscape and Civil Engineering and The Irish Landscape Institute Conference



UCD School of Architecture Landscape and Civil Engineering and The Irish Landscape Institute have organised a Conference for Friday 20 May in Dublin which will be of particular interest to anyone involved in the design, management and procurement of public realm. The conference is sponsored by the Goethe Institute and Diatec Digital.

Venue: The William Jefferson Clinton Auditorium, UCD, Dublin
Date: Friday 20 May
Time: 8.30 - 17.30

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

The Secret Lab launches at UCD Fri 18th Feb


One of our most popular exhibitions at PLACE to date, Notebooks and Narratives: The Secret Laboratory travels to Dublin this week for a run at UCD School of Architecture, Richview until 26th March. Paul Clarke, the exhibition's curator will speak on 18th Feb at 1.30pm.

Notebooks and Narratives: The Secret Laboratory
18th February - 26th March 2011
UCD School of Architecture, Landscape and Civil Engineering
University College Dublin, Richview, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14

- Opening times: Mon to Fri 10am-9pm, Sat 10am-­1pm
- Opening event will be on the 18th Feb at 5.30pm
- Talk by the curator will take place at lunchtime on 18th Feb at 1.30pm

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Animating Liberty Hall

Dancers from Playhouse on Vimeo.


We will turn Dublin’s tallest building into a giant public canvas—and we want you to play with it. Our simple tools allow you to animate your thoughts and broadcast them on the city skyline.

Submit your animations from 24th August!

Playhouse is presented by Daft.ie as part of the Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival.


Website: Playhouse