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As part of its centenary celebrations, UCD School of Architecture is hosting a one-day symposium entitled ‘Architecture for Society: Practices and Projects’ looking at how architecture engages with society. The expanded scope of practice and the renewed potential of projects in pursuing societal change will be demonstrated through presentations by UCD graduates and invited guests whose work ranges from public service to self-build to prototyping to NGO work to advocacy planning.
Attendance at the event counts for 6 Structured CPD points.
Places are limited so booking is essential. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place. There is a €10 registration which can be paid on the day.
The Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
9.30am Registration , 9.45am Start
Erlend Blakstad Haffner, Fantastic Norway
Lisbet Harboe, Oslo School of Architecture and Design
Alan Mee Architects
Architecture for Humanity
Gerry Cahill, GCA
Peter Carroll, A2 Architects
Eddie Conroy, County Architect, South Dublin County Council
Killian Doherty, School of Architecture, KIST
Nuala Flood, TrinityHaus
Ali Grehan, City Architect, Dublin City Council
Michael Hayes, UCD Architecture
Orla Murphy, UCD Architecture
Dr Aileen O’Gorman, School of Applied Social Science UCD
Michael Pike, GKMP Architects
Bláithín Quinn, TransColonia
Angela Rolfe, OPW