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Now in its 10th season, the Irish Architecture Foundation's New Now Next series returns to in-person talks to take place at The Complex in Dublin city centre. The events will also be live streamed to remote audiences. The themes of this year’s talks are the circular economy, spatial equity, and sustainable urban development.

Maarten Gielen co-founded Brussels-based Rotor in 2006, where he currently works as a designer, researcher, and manager. Rotor champions the re-use of construction materials and advocates for designing buildings with re-use in mind. Drawing on 10 years’ experience in deconstruction, logistics, architecture and building design with used materials, Maarten currently manages the spin-off Rotor DC (Deconstruction), which he co-founded in 2014, which dismantles, salvages, and sells re-used building materials.

This talk will be moderated by Janet Lynch. Janet is a Chartered Civil Engineer (CEng) with Engineers Ireland, Circular Economy and Resource Efficiency Lead for Arup Ireland, and Chair for the NSAI committee for Circular Economy in Construction.

New Now Next is supported by Arup. All events are free.

The Irish Architecture Foundation endeavours to offer programmes that are accessible and inclusive to all. We offer live closed captioning at our public seminars.

New Now Next: Maarten Gielen
Image: Photo of Maarten Gielen courtesy of Victor Pattyn.

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Event Type(s) Talks & Debates
Admission / Cost FREE
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The Complex Dublin More Info

Address: 12 Mary's Abbey
D07 XR70
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Irish Architecture Foundation

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