Cork City Council Arts Office has embarked on an exciting new initiative entitled ‘Sharing Architecture’. This new collaborative project is using design to investigate the impact of architecture on public utilities and through this on people.
Four architectural practices worked with four end-user groups to redesign a bus stop on the number 208 bus route in Cork.
This exhibition sees their final designs from this collaborative process displayed in the Atrium of Cork City Hall. The exhibition will include images, drawings and small scale models of each group’s final designs.
This free exhibition is open to the public from 9am until 5pm from June 23 to July 19.
Sharing Architecture is a Cork City Council Arts Office project, funded by the Arts Council, in collaboration with Bus Eireann, Cork Centre for Architectural Education (UCC/CIT), the National Sculpture Factory and the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland Southern Region, with project partners Cork Institute of Technology, Cork City Library Service, Cork Institute of Technology, Cork County Council Arts Office and Cork University Hospital.
In conjunction with the exhibition launch, three expertise lectures will be held in The Atrium in Cork City Hall.
This first lecture on the series will be presented by Jim Heverin, Director, Zaha Hadid Architects, designer of the Riverside Museum of Transport in Glasgow. >> Read more
The second lecture will be presented by Something & Son (also known as Andrew Merritt and Paul Smyth). Something & Son are a London practice who specialise in collaborative projects. >> Read more
The third lecture will be presented by Anne Kiernan, Chief Architect, Railway Procurement Agency. >> Read more