School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy

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School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy [73]


The School of Architecture is active in research with some 35 PhD and research Masters students working in a variety of themes. These themes range from Urban Design to Urban and Building Conservation to Building Energy and Environment and Irish & European Landscape.

For more information, please visit the official web page.


Recent Submissions

  • Mee, Alan (Yale University Press, 2014)
    Directed urban regeneration in Ireland only began in the later part of the twentieth century, driven by a combination of public policy, tax incentives, and pressure to respond to inner-city decay. The term urban regeneration ...
  • Mee, Alan (Gandon Editions, 2014)
    The Gardiner estate is tantilisingly close to the proposed development of a university campus at Grangegorman, which will be almost two thirds of its size, and one wonders how these lost lands might have developed in the ...
  • Mee, Alan (FUNGLODE/ EUHT CETT-UB, 2012)
    Harveys assessment of the Lefebvrian concept of the Right to the City is that it is a communal right, shared by association with the community around the urban project. How might this idea translate to a small island nation, ...
  • Murphy, Orla (The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland, 2012-03)
    The design of fourteen houses and a community hall in the chapel village of Kilmeena is a built outcome of slow and careful research. Commissioned by Mayo County Council in 2006 to design a ‘village centre’ the architects' ...
  • Murphy, Orla (Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland, 2013-11-20)
    Originally dating from 1891, Carnaun National School is one of the model primary schools rolled out by the State. The brief for the most recent extension to the school called for an additional classroom, resource room, ...