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The seventh annual conference of the All Ireland Architecture Research Group (AIARG 7) seeks to explore the relationship between architecture and the public realm. The term res publica defines a public affair and architecture is necessarily the most public of the arts: to engage in architecture is to engage in a public discourse. The relationship between architecture and its publics is a complicated one. A public art requires reciprocity between the public and private realms but much of the built environment is designed and built for and by private individuals. Yet the process of design, even for a private commission, is also potentially a public act in that it establishes a collective forum, a sort of res publica as a thing held in common by many people. So where does the public aspect of architecture reside and how is it calibrated?

KEYNOTE – FURTHER INFO

Cook’s Camden: The Making of Modern Housing

Professor Mark Swenarton (University of Liverpool)

OUTLINE PROGRAMME – ABSTRACTS

25th January 2018

18:00 Keynote Speech

19:00 – 21:00 Conference Dinner

26th January 2018

09:00 – 18:00 Paper Sessions

Full programme to follow

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