Category Archives: Events

Graduation 5 July 2017

Architecture at Queen’s held a late morning graduate and prizes reception which was followed by the official class photographs and then all attended the graduation ceremony. Bubbly, strawberries and cream were then served in the Lanyon Quad – with proud

Graduation 5 July 2017

Architecture at Queen’s held a late morning graduate and prizes reception which was followed by the official class photographs and then all attended the graduation ceremony. Bubbly, strawberries and cream were then served in the Lanyon Quad – with proud

StreetSpace – Mapping Castle Street Workshop

The workshop: ‘Mapping Castle Street: an interdisciplinary workshop about the character of the street’, was held in PLACE NI on November 17-18, 2016. The workshop, facilitated by PLACE NI and sponsored by Queen’s University Belfast was led by Dr Agustina

StreetSpace – Mapping Castle Street Workshop

The workshop: ‘Mapping Castle Street: an interdisciplinary workshop about the character of the street’, was held in PLACE NI on November 17-18, 2016. The workshop, facilitated by PLACE NI and sponsored by Queen’s University Belfast was led by Dr Agustina

StreetSpace – Mapping Castle Street Workshop

You are invited to the workshop: ‘Mapping Castle Street: an interdisciplinary workshop about the character of the street’, in PLACE NI on November 17-18, 2016. Streets are scenes of conflict. They are contested public spaces where fundamentally different people can meet.

StreetSpace – Mapping Castle Street Workshop

You are invited to the workshop: ‘Mapping Castle Street: an interdisciplinary workshop about the character of the street’, in PLACE NI on November 17-18, 2016. Streets are scenes of conflict. They are contested public spaces where fundamentally different people can meet.

StreetSpace Reading group

Streets are scenes of conflict. They are contested public spaces where fundamentally different people can meet. Architects, planners, designers and policy makers have designed, managed and controlled the way streets are used, occupied and transited. Academics have raised awareness of

StreetSpace Reading group

Streets are scenes of conflict. They are contested public spaces where fundamentally different people can meet. Architects, planners, designers and policy makers have designed, managed and controlled the way streets are used, occupied and transited. Academics have raised awareness of

Making Ireland Modern Pavilion/Exhibition

Making Ireland Modern pavilion/exhibition at Galway, Cork and Dublin, designed and curated by Gary Boyd and John McLaughlin. Spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016 and constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts Making

Making Ireland Modern Pavilion/Exhibition

Making Ireland Modern pavilion/exhibition at Galway, Cork and Dublin, designed and curated by Gary Boyd and John McLaughlin. Spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016 and constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts Making

Recomposing the City Workshops September 2016

In early September 2016, Dr Sarah Lappin (Architecture) and Dr Gascia Ouzounian, (Oxford University) hosted three urban sound workshops at Belfast’s Metropolitan Arts Centre as part of their AHRC-funded research project “Hearing Trouble: Sound in Post-Conflict Cities.”  Moderated by City

Recomposing the City Workshops September 2016

In early September 2016, Dr Sarah Lappin (Architecture) and Dr Gascia Ouzounian, (Oxford University) hosted three urban sound workshops at Belfast’s Metropolitan Arts Centre as part of their AHRC-funded research project “Hearing Trouble: Sound in Post-Conflict Cities.”  Moderated by City

Clancy Moore at Oxford

The Architecture Foundation Masterclass will be staged in the James Stirling-designed Florey Building at The Queen’s College, Oxford. Six studios will consider the typology of the university, through the development of a speculative design over the course of four days (Thursday

Clancy Moore at Oxford

The Architecture Foundation Masterclass will be staged in the James Stirling-designed Florey Building at The Queen’s College, Oxford. Six studios will consider the typology of the university, through the development of a speculative design over the course of four days (Thursday