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  • Oct 14
  • 1.00pm - 2.00pm

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Date:
Wednesday 14 October 2020
Time:
1.00pm - 2.00pm
Cost:
Free
Location:
Webinar

Event Information

Building Innovation at Trinity: From the Historic to the Future Campus

Trinity College is best known for its impressive ensemble of historic buildings. But today’s Architects are equally shaping the college campus as they are designing innovative modern buildings to educate current and future generations. These buildings connect with Trinity’s past while focusing firmly on the needs of the future, making the most of modern design thinking and technology.

This webinar will focus on three striking new additions to Trinity’s Campus; the Long Room Hub on Fellowes Square, McCullough Mulvin Architects, opened 2010, the Trinity Business School, Scott Tallon Walker Architects, opened 2019 and Trinity’s newest building, Printing House Square, McCullough Mulvin Architects, due to open in October 2020 with insights from the architects who designed them.

Led by host Dr. Sandra O’Connell of the RIAI, architects Valerie Mulvin & Niall McCullough, McCullough Mulvin Architects and Wayne Rothwell, Scott Tallon Walker will discuss the challenges and issues that come with designing a new building for a campus that is both historic and innovative, including the relationship to existing buildings, the vital role of sustainability in new buildings and how Trinity’s newest architecture responds to the needs of the Trinity community as well as our central Dublin location.

If the event is fully booked, you can join the live stream at the Trinity College Alumini YouTube channel . 

Inspiring Ideas Trinity is a webinar series produced by Trinity Development and Alumni.

Note: The RIAI is not issuing CPD Certificates for this webinar, please check with Trinity College Alumini.  Alternatively, on completion of the course download the Structured Webinar CPD Evidence Report and upload it to your MyRIAI CPD record as evidence of your participation in this webinar.