This workshop is a unique opportunity to hear about and discuss the practice of architecture and its intersections with other art forms, teaching and research, from a leader in expanded practice.
Stephen Mulhall will share insights from his experience of designing, writing, editing, film, and exhibition-making as an architect whose practice, nineteeneighty, creates projects across architecture and design, film, and research strands.
The talk will also include a discussion on architectural education and architectural practice; the industry and setting up on your own; finding opportunities for collaboration; continuing research interests; and the dissemination of architecture to a wider public.
This workshop is for current third-level students and recent graduates of Architecture, emerging professionals, and those interested in a career change or learning more about the profession and expanded practice of architecture in Ireland today.
Stephen Mulhall runs nineteeneighty, a cross-disciplinary studio focused on architecture and design, film, and research. He is a Grade III Conservation Architect and member of the RIAI. Stephen’s work has won several awards, including the Irish Architecture Awards in the Workplace and Fit-Out category (2020 and 2021) and Best Emerging Practice (2013) and Arts Council of Ireland COVID-19 Crisis Response (2020) and Architecture Bursary (2016). He was the curator and creator of ‘Architecture & The Moving Image’ at Culture Night at the RIAI, Dublin (2017).
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