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Arklow through the eyes of strangers

Students of the UCD Landscape Masters studio have been exploring Arklow and its surroundings. In part 1 of the exhibition which opened on August the 9th, they invited us to join them on a unique visual voyage around town to reflect on their response to the town.

Irish architect Niall McLaughlin vies for UK’s top architecture accolade

A lecture theatre designed by a UCD graduate is going head to head with a one billion euro corporate HQ to win the UK’s top award for architecture.
Irish architect Niall McLaughlin, who received his architectural qualifications from University College Dublin in 1984, is behind one of six entries for the 2018 RIBA Stirling prize.

UCD Master of Architecture achieves Substantial Equivalency from the NAAB

We would like to inform you with great pleasure, that the UCD College of Engineering & Architecture was recently informed that our Master of Architecture has been given the designation of Substantial Equivalency by the National Architectural Accrediting Board, NAAB, in the United States, for six Years starting from January 2017.

APEP Student Research Bursary awarded to Jinxuan Wang, doctoral student in Landscape Architecture

Jinxuan Wang, doctoral student in Landscape Architecture under the supervision of Dr. Karen Foley, has been awarded an APEP Student Research Bursary to present her paper "Developing a methodology: unraveling people’s attitudes
towards blue-green infrastructure" at the ECLAS Conference 2018: Landscapes of conflict to be held in Ghent, Belgium.

Jane Rendell, Despina Stratigakos & Ruth Morrow in conversation

Join students from UCDArchitecture in conversation with three guest speakers to discuss how a series of six texts on feminism in architecture have inspired us to "be vocal and make trouble!"