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Slow Architecture and Place: 9 September – 21 October

Date:

Thursday, September 09, 2010

Time:

6PM Lecture

Location:

Locations and Dates for the travelling exhibition are:

9 September, Belmont Mill, Co Offaly
16 September, Tullamore Canal Quay
23 September, Daingean Canal Quay
30 September, Edenderry Canal Basin
7 October, Robertstown Canal Quay
14 October, Naas Canal Basin
21 October, Dublin Waterways Visitor Centre

There will be an associated lecture and discussion in each location at 6pm on the day
of the boat arrival (see above), while some locations also feature school workshops. A
final event and panel discussion on the topic of ‘Slow Architecture and Place’ will be held
in Dublin on Thursday, 21 October, 5pm at the Waterways Visitor Centre.

 For more information on events see www.slowarchitecture.ie
 

Cost:

free

Event Website:

http://www.slowarchitecture.ie

Event Information

 

 

 

‘Slow Architecture and Place’ explores responses to the current challenges of our built
environment such as rediscovering the joy of making and building, and observing more
closely the patterns and rhythms of a place. It investigates how we can encourage
people and communities to take time to make a place their own. The context is our
recent building climate, where the making of buildings has been influenced by time,
speculation and financial deadlines. Our appreciation of architecture, and perhaps too
our sense of place, has been largely anaesthetised by this speed of construction.
Architect Mike Haslam, of the curatorial team s.a.r.c. says: “This exhibition and research
project should be a timely reminder to us all of the importance of thoughtful design in
forming our built environment and, as a travelling exhibition, enjoys both the participation
of design professionals and the general public alike”.

Participating Artists and Architects:

Caelan Bristow, Róisín de Buitléar, Michael Carroll, Donaghy + Dimond architects,
Susan Dunford, Seán Harrington Architects, Emmet Kenny.

 For more information on events see www.slowarchitecture.ie
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