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Two Winners of the Best Innovative Concept Detail Design in the GLDA Student & Graduate Design Competition 2020.

Congratulations to two third year Landscape Architecture students from UCD’s School of APEP.
Barbara Steczkiewicz and Evan Bailey were awarded "Best Innovative Concept Detail Design" in the Garden & Landscape Designers Association student & Graduate Design Competition 2020.

UCD architectural graduate wins RIBA President's Medal

A recently graduated architectural student from University College Dublin has received a RIBA President's Medal, one of architecture's top awards for student projects.

Assistant Professor Samantha Martin-McAuliffe new editor-in-chief of Architectural Histories.

UCD’s Samantha Martin-McAuliffe has been appointed as the new editor-in-chief of Architectural Histories, the peer-reviewed journal of the European Architectural History Network (EAHN). She will be supported by Manuel Sánchez García (Politécnico di Torino, Universidad de Granada) as the new editorial assistant.

UCD Planning and Environmental Policy researchers Kieran Harrahill and Dr Owen Douglas on the ‘Just Transition’ for North Sea Oil and Gas Workers

An article titled “We want green energy jobs, say North Sea oil and gas workers – what they need to make the leap”, was published in October by Kieran Harrahill (PhD Candidate) and Dr Owen Douglas (UCD Alumnus & Occasional Lecturer) in The Conversation.

Nasrine Seraji joins UCD's School of APEP

We are delighted to confirm the appointment of Nasrine Seraji as Professor of Architectural Design.
Professor Seraji joins us from Hong Kong University where she is currently Professor of Architecture and where she will retain a Distinguished Visiting Professorship.

Samburu Stories: Communicating Architecture in the Climate Emergency

Curated by students from University College Dublin, Samburu Stories recounts the story of the collaborative experience of building the n'kaji, the vernacular house of the Samburu lowlands of Kenya. The n'kaji is a conduit for understanding facets of the climate emergency that are often deemed abstract and theoretical.

Architecture Virtual Conferring Conferring 2020

The College of Engineering & Architecture Conferring Ceremonies will take place on Monday 31st August 2020. The proceedings will take place virtually due to the current public health restrictions associated with the Covid-19 pandemic.