Cork Architects selected for 2018 CAA Annual Exhibition
The Jury of the Cork Architectural Association met on Friday 7th September and reviewed the submissions from Cork Architectural practices entered for the upcoming Cork Architectural Association 2018 Exhibition.
This year there will be a significant increase in the number of projects that have been selected for exhibition, with 17 practices meeting the standard set by the Jury, who were Pat Ruane (Architectural Conservation Officer, Cork City Council), Tommy Barker (Property Editor of the Examiner newspaper) and Orla Flynn (Head of CIT Crawford College of Art & Design). The CAA would like to extend their thanks to the Jury for their professional efforts and kindly giving their time to the process.
The selected projects and practices are;
Anglesea St Courthouse
Steep Wedge House
Our Lady’s Hospice
St Joseph’s Woolen Mill (by the PassivHaus Architecture Company).
Sunday’s Well Houses
Bons Secours Care Village
Blarney Street Garden Room
Rural Passive House
School of Architecture Nano Nagle
Teach Cnoic Ui Gogain
Dunmanway Municipal Swimming Pool
St Mary’s Primary Care Centre
The Cork Architectural Association 2018 exhibition will be held once again in the Atrium of Cork City Civic Offices, Angelsea St, Cork, T12 T997. The exhibition will run from Saturday 27th October until Friday 30th.
The official opening evening will be 9th November where there will be music, snacks and a drinks reception. The guest speaker on the night will be Mr Frank McDonald, Author & Former Environment Editor of The Irish Times as well as other dignitaries and all are welcome.
This exhibition has been supported by the Examiner, Cork City Council Arts Office and the RIAI Southern Region.