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IAF to feature at London Festival of Architecture

10.06.21

In collaboration with the London Festival of Architecture, IAF will host a live, virtual panel discussion entitled Together We Care About Public Spaces as part of the Irish Architecture Foundation’s ‘Architects in Schools’ initiative 2021.

A live, virtual panel discussion with Blaithin Quinn (Irish Architecture Foundation), Muhammad Achour (Places of ARcture), Frank Monahan (Architecture at the Edge) and students and teachers from Holy Faith and Synge Street secondary schools in Dublin, Ireland, with a focus on public realm projects using an innovative co-creation methodology entitled: “Imaginary Public Space”as part of the Irish Architecture Foundation’s ‘Architects in Schools‘ initiative 2021.

 

Syrian Architect Muhammad Achour and Designer Frank Monahan participated in this initiative. In their collaborative work with the students, the focus was on care, co-creation, pride, citizen engagement and ownership in the design of public space. How we care for our public realm is always relevant, even more so now as we adapt to life in a post-pandemic city.

What can London learn about collaborative design? The young people of today are the future decision makers. Their creativity is a latent treasure.

Let’s hear their voice as they express their ideas about how to care for communities’ public space, and celebrate their creativity and innovation.

Hosted by: Irish Architecture Foundation

Platform: Zoom webinar

To register for this event please refer to the event page HERE

 

Panel: 

Blaithin Quinn, Curator of Learning, Irish Architecture Foundation

Muhammad Achour, Director, Places of ARcture

Frank Monahan, Director, Architecture at the Edge

Students and Teachers from Holy Faith and Synge Street secondary schools, Dublin, Ireland

 

Architects in Schools is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland, the Department of Education and the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage