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Places for People – Making the Future World Sustainable (Film) Premier at the Festival of the New European Bauhaus, 9 - 12 June
Places for People, film Dublin 7, Educate Together, Grangegorman Project by, Grafton Architects, Photo by Grafton Architects, Film by DHLGH and RIAI, IrelandPlaces for People, film Dublin 7, Educate Together, Grangegorman Project by, Grafton Architects, Photo by Grafton Architects, Film by DHLGH and RIAI, Ireland
Join us on a journey through Ireland’s Capital city, Dublin with Grafton Architects founders, Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara – Ireland’s Cultural Ambassadors for Architecture.
Places for people, a new film by the Irish government and the RIAI premiers at the New European Bauhaus Festival on 9 June, from 12.00-14.00 (CET).
Our film celebrates Ireland’s architecture culture and our new National Policy on Architecture.
Places for People, film with Yvonne Farrell & Shelley McNamara, Grafton Architects.
Photo by Morley von Sternberg, Film by DHLGH and RIAI, Ireland
We visit new and up-coming projects by this award-winning Irish practice, recipients of the 2022 #EUmies Award (Mies van der Rohe Award). We explore how through high-quality architecture and thoughtful ‘urban acupuncture’ we can transform our cities into places for people, echoing the values of the New European Bauhaus of beautiful, sustainable, together.
Locations include an emerging primary school on Dublin’s youngest educational campus; an exciting project that connects the people of Dublin with their port city and coast; and a new building in Dublin’s old Georgian quarter that creates routes and public spaces for the enjoyment of people.
Places for People, film ESB Headquarter Project by, Grafton Architects.
Photo by Andy Sheridan, Film by DHLGH and RIAI, Ireland
The work of Grafton Architects puts people at their centre and their Venice Biennale manifesto for the creation of ‘free’ and accessible public spaces has enduring value, which this film explores.
Places for people is directed by Ros Kavanagh produced by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage (DHLGH) and the RIAI.
The film will be available for viewing on the RIAI YouTube channel from 9 June, 2022.