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Established by Valerie Mulvin and Niall McCullough, McCullough Mulvin Architects is a Dublin-based practice making modern architecture in Ireland. Common themes on the inter-relationship of art, landscape and memory play through the work. The projects of the practice are mainly in the public realm and include cultural and civic buildings, libraries and schools.
“One major theme in our work is about growing architecture in and into its place, the other about deconstruction, layering and the archaeology of architecture. In a globalised world of generic responses to context, the architectural experiment is about exploring this potential, in moving over and back, drawing and re-drawing to fix something in the project that really roots it.”
Architecture + Time an exhibition to celebrate the publication of McCullough Mulvin Arquitectura 2004 to 2015 runs at the Institute Cervantes, Lincoln Place, Dublin 2 from 4 to 25 September 2015. Viewing times are Monday to Thursday, 2pm to 7pm and Friday 10am to 2pm.