The built environment in Dublin, Ireland consists of centuries of design work by a number of different peoples. The Irish, the Vikings, the Anglo-Normans. Together we’ll examine the social and technological systems of the city over time, its plan, its spaces, its architectural narratives as object lessons in complexity and information architecture.
So join Dan Klyn and Andrea Resmini in an architecture walk through 1000s of years and 100s of instances of architecture in urban Dublin. We’ll activate all of our senses (and some of our critical faculties) as we consider contrasting examples of what “good” means and has meant through the centuries as represented in the places that people inhabit, and in the structures that enclose and support the stuff that people do.