Category Archives: Exhibitions

End of Year Show 2017

Everyone  is invited to the opening of our end of year show, prize giving, with opening speech, followed by drinks and discussion. Exhibition opening Wednesday 14th June. 6pm Continuing to Friday 23rd June. 1-5pm (Closed Sunday’s) Who might attend? Architect – Careers advisor –

End of Year Show 2017

Everyone  is invited to the opening of our end of year show, prize giving, with opening speech, followed by drinks and discussion. Exhibition opening Wednesday 14th June. 6pm Continuing to Friday 23rd June. 1-5pm (Closed Sunday’s) Who might attend? Architect – Careers advisor –

Design reviews

There were two intense weeks of reviews; of students preparing, tutors advising, of presenting work, of feedback, discussion and debate within the school. The faces of students and staff confirmed concentration, smiles and laughter – a truly wonderful period of investigation

Design reviews

There were two intense weeks of reviews; of students preparing, tutors advising, of presenting work, of feedback, discussion and debate within the school. The faces of students and staff confirmed concentration, smiles and laughter – a truly wonderful period of investigation

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

End of Year Show 2016

Queen‘s Architecture End of Year Show. Join us! Opening night:  June 16 2016 Prizes and opening speech:  6pm David Keir Building OG.024 Exhibition:  June 16 – 24 2016 Location:  David Keir Building Architecture Studios 1/2/3

End of Year Show 2016

Queen‘s Architecture End of Year Show. Join us! Opening night:  June 16 2016 Prizes and opening speech:  6pm David Keir Building OG.024 Exhibition:  June 16 – 24 2016 Location:  David Keir Building Architecture Studios 1/2/3

Identifying Place

Identifying Place: An exhibition to showcase research from architecture students at QUB and UU 15 March at 17:00 PLACE Built Environment Centre 7-9 Lower Garfield Street, BT1 1FP Belfast, United Kingdom PLACE is delighted to host this collaborative exhibition, displaying

Identifying Place

Identifying Place: An exhibition to showcase research from architecture students at QUB and UU 15 March at 17:00 PLACE Built Environment Centre 7-9 Lower Garfield Street, BT1 1FP Belfast, United Kingdom PLACE is delighted to host this collaborative exhibition, displaying

Intellectual Infrastructure Irish Times Review Infra-Eireann

The Irish Times review Infra-Eireann, the publication accompanying the Irish exhibit at the Venice Architectural Bienale, 2014, curated by John McLaughlin and our MArch Co-Ordinator Dr. Gary Boyd. “The book thus stands as an important addition to the historiography of

Intellectual Infrastructure Irish Times Review Infra-Eireann

The Irish Times review Infra-Eireann, the publication accompanying the Irish exhibit at the Venice Architectural Bienale, 2014, curated by John McLaughlin and our MArch Co-Ordinator Dr. Gary Boyd. “The book thus stands as an important addition to the historiography of

MArch Student wins RSUA President’s Silver Medal

A big congratulations to our MArch graduate Naomi Sheehan who has won the RSUA President’s Silver Medal, the top award for a graduating MArch student in Northern Ireland.  Her Thesis project has also been nominated for the RIBA President’s Silver

MArch Student wins RSUA President’s Silver Medal

A big congratulations to our MArch graduate Naomi Sheehan who has won the RSUA President’s Silver Medal, the top award for a graduating MArch student in Northern Ireland.  Her Thesis project has also been nominated for the RIBA President’s Silver