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Book for 2016 RIAI Annual Conference to get Early Bird Rate

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Book now your place for the 2016 RIAI Annual Conference at the RDS, Dublin. The RIAI and President Carole Pollard have set this year’s conference theme ‘Relevance, Resilience and Reach’. The full programme for the RIAI Annual Conference 2016 will be announced shortly. The conference will take place over two days – Friday 25 and Saturday 26 November and bring together national and international speakers, taking on the topical issues affecting architectural practice. This conference is run in conjunction with the Architecture Expo exhibition.

The full Programme for the RIAI Annual Conference 2016 will be announced shortly and further details will be available at: http://riaiconference.ie/

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Bookings for Public Services Employees
For bookings made by Public Services Employees who wish to use a Purchase Order Number, please complete thebooking form and return to fhurley@riai.ie.  The closing date for receipt of this form is 4 November 2016. Bookings can only be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

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Conference Highlights
Duncan Sim, Policy Manager with the UK public policy think tank ResPublica, will speak on ResPublica’s Backing Beauty Commission, a 12-month campaign to place beauty at the heart of public debate and policymaking following on from ResPublica’s 2015 report A Community Right to Beauty. Read more:http://www.riai.ie/news/article/duncan_sim_from_res_publica_to_speak_at_the_riai_annual_conference

Oscar-nominated film director Lenny Abrahamson, award-winning writer Kevin Barry and Annie Ryan, founder of the ground-breaking Corn Exchange theatre company, will join a distinguished list of speakers from the architectural and built environment professions to discuss the importance of ‘space’ in their creative work. Read more:http://www.riai.ie/news/article/the_riai_annual_conference_relevance_resilience_and_reach_25_26_november_rd

Berlin-based architects Kaden and Larger will discuss innovative housing solutions in the German capital – from co-housing initiates to timber-frame multi-storey apartments. This lecture is delivered in partnership with the Goethe Institut Irland. http://www.kadenundlager.de/projekte/

A minimum of 12 Structured CPD Points will be available for both conference days (CPD deadline is Friday 30 November).  (Final CPD Points to be announced when programme is finalised)

 

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