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dogma&opinion is a digital newsletter published at type.ie. As part of Housing Unlocked, Type is bringing its monthly pamphlet to life with a 'live magazine' featuring three distinct themes and speakers regarding design in the built environment.

These topics include:

Working Hard / Hardly Working: a series that presents two examples to emphasise the importance of good design and how considered decisions can make our shared spaces better.

Present Tense: a series aimed at uncovering perspectives and opinions from experts in their respective fields on the key issues/opportunities facing Ireland’s built environment.

One Good Idea: a series that focuses on the simple, concise discussion of a complex spatial issue. In proposing a single but significant change, a starting point for a broader public discourse is imagined.

Just like the online version, talks will run concurrently with participants free to join rotating groups to comment, discuss, and learn more about the issues shaping contemporary Irish housing.

Featuring discussions with: Michael Byrne (School of Social Policy Social Work and Social Justice, UCD); Rob Curley (Architect, Maremoto); and Miriam Fitzpatrick (Urban Design, UCD).

dogma&opinion @ Housing Unlocked is supported by the Irish Architecture Foundation.

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Image: Laoise Tarrant

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Event Type(s) Talks & Debates
Admission / Cost FREE
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Address: Naughton Institute
Trinity College Dublin
Dublin
Public Transport Luas: Trinity

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