Steve Larkin joins Architecture at Queen’s

We are pleased Steve Larkin has accepted a fractional post within Architecture at Queen’s University. He is a practising musician and architect based in Dublin. He established Steve Larkin Architects in 2007. Since then the practice has been the recipient

Steve Larkin joins Architecture at Queen’s

We are pleased Steve Larkin has accepted a fractional post within Architecture at Queen’s University. He is a practising musician and architect based in Dublin. He established Steve Larkin Architects in 2007. Since then the practice has been the recipient

Welcome Rachel O’Grady

We are pleased Dr Rachel O’Grady has accepted a fractional position within Architecture at Queen’s. She has been a design tutor at QUB since 2015, and is the co-founder of OGU Architects: a research-led practice whose portfolio includes educational buildings,

Welcome Rachel O’Grady

We are pleased Dr Rachel O’Grady has accepted a fractional position within Architecture at Queen’s. She has been a design tutor at QUB since 2015, and is the co-founder of OGU Architects: a research-led practice whose portfolio includes educational buildings,

Niek Turner joins Architecture at Queen’s

Niek Turner studied architecture at the Bartlett, University College London and is about to complete his PhD on “Mediated Space and a Sense of Place”. Based in practice Niek has also been a regular university tutor in our undergraduate design studios.

Niek Turner joins Architecture at Queen’s

Niek Turner studied architecture at the Bartlett, University College London and is about to complete his PhD on “Mediated Space and a Sense of Place”. Based in practice Niek has also been a regular university tutor in our undergraduate design studios.

The “Cole” Report – A watershed moment for construction and procurement in Scotland

The report by our Professor John Cole CBE RIBA into the construction failures of seventeen schools in Scotland has been lauded as a comprehensive and hard-hitting review that will have significant impact on the how the  Scottish Government procures design

The “Cole” Report – A watershed moment for construction and procurement in Scotland

The report by our Professor John Cole CBE RIBA into the construction failures of seventeen schools in Scotland has been lauded as a comprehensive and hard-hitting review that will have significant impact on the how the  Scottish Government procures design

Year 2 Study Trip to London 

In early MArch 2017 Stage 2 combined a study trip of London facades with a guided viewing of the RIBA Presidents Medals Exhibition. Thanks to John-Paul Nunes, Head of Education Projects, for his introduction to the President’s Medals and presenting samples of

Year 2 Study Trip to London 

In early MArch 2017 Stage 2 combined a study trip of London facades with a guided viewing of the RIBA Presidents Medals Exhibition. Thanks to John-Paul Nunes, Head of Education Projects, for his introduction to the President’s Medals and presenting samples of

Riccardo Marini – How smart are we!

Date: 14 December 2016 Location: Computer Science Building, CSB 02.027 Time: 1pm Lecture provided by Riccardo Marini, a senior partner at Gehl and expert in masterplanning and urban strategy, which will take place in the Computer Building CSB 02.027 on Wednesday 14th December at 1pm.

Riccardo Marini – How smart are we!

Date: 14 December 2016 Location: Computer Science Building, CSB 02.027 Time: 1pm Lecture provided by Riccardo Marini, a senior partner at Gehl and expert in masterplanning and urban strategy, which will take place in the Computer Building CSB 02.027 on Wednesday 14th December at 1pm.

Making Ireland Modern

Lecture : Making Ireland Modern Date : Tuesday 22 November Location : David Keir Building OG 012 Time : 6:30 pm The lecture presents aspects of Making Ireland Modern, a research project, exhibition and pavilion (curated and designed by Gary A. Boyd and

Making Ireland Modern

Lecture : Making Ireland Modern Date : Tuesday 22 November Location : David Keir Building OG 012 Time : 6:30 pm The lecture presents aspects of Making Ireland Modern, a research project, exhibition and pavilion (curated and designed by Gary A. Boyd and