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Inspired by the idea that there could one day be a Citizens’ Assembly on housing in Ireland, this workshop invites a diverse group of people with different personal experiences of housing to ask, “What do we have in common on housing?” and “How can housing contribute to our common good?”

A structured workshop will explore these questions and responses to them over the course of the afternoon, with each participant taking away a booklet of ideas and insights that we produce live on the day.

This workshop will be led by Stephen Musiol, an architect who works on housing.

Housing in Common
Image: Photo by Felicity Maxwell, Irish Architecture Foundation

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Event Type(s) Workshops
Admission / Cost FREE
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Science Gallery More Info

Address: Naughton Institute
Trinity College Dublin
Public Transport Luas: Trinity


Irish Architecture Foundation

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