Irish Architecture - at Vision London Olympia
Published: Thursday, May 07, 2015
RIAI President Robin Mandal with the Irish Ambassador to Lindon, HE Daniel Mulhall and Angela Brady at the RUAI stand at Vision London
The RIAI and the RIAI London Forum jointly organised an exhibition of current Irish architecture in the UK at Vision London - an event dedicated to the future of the built environment. Contributors to the exhibition include shortlisted UK projects in the Mies van der Rohe Award such as O'Donnell + Tuomey's Saw Swee Hock Student Centre at the LSE and Niall McLaughlin's Edward King Chapel, Oxford. Vision took place at Olympia London from 2-3 June.
Kylie from STW London @RIAI Stand - Vision London
Also featured at Vision will be the RIAI's new Digital Exhibition: Irish Architecture - A Sense of Place. The exhibition tells the story of the contemporary achievements of Irish architecture set against the three core themes of the Year of Irish Design, ID2015: A Sense of Place; Creativity and Well-being and Sustainability.
Another Irish highlight of Vision is the exhibition 7 Hands - Inspiring Craft from West Cork curated by Angela Brady, Chair of the RIAI London Forum.