NEWS: Grafton Architects are looking for Part III Architects to join our team in Dublin.
Postal applications only with a short CV and a selected portfolio of your work to Grafton Architects, 12-14 College Green, D02 YY72. We regret that we will not be able to return portfolios or any other printed material. Photo: Iwan Baan LECTURE: Yvonne Farrell to present the Physics of Culture at Carnegie Museum of Art.
More information and booking here LECTURE: Grafton Architects to give a keynote lecture at the 2016 Lisbon Architecture Triennale Thursday November 17. More information here LECTURE: Grafton Architects to lecture at Building, Dwelling, Thinking: Cersaie 2016, Bologna Italy Together with Fulvio Irace, professor of history of architecture at Milan Polytechnic, Shelley Mc Namara will consider the subject of education: how can the architecture of universities and other institutions improve the education of young people in this increasingly complex world? More information here LECTURE: Grafton Architects to speak at the Irish Architecture Foundation's New Now Next lecture series Grafton Architects are to present their work at the Irish Architecture Foundation's 2016 New Now Next lecture series on September 20, 2016.
More information here LECTURE: Grafton Architects to speak at aut. Yvonne Farrell will discuss projects of Grafton Architects in a number of cities including Dublin, Milan, Toulouse and Lima at the aut.
“They can scratch my name off that cup, and I’d hand my ring back in right now if I could go back and make it so that I wouldn’t have had to experience all this pain and sorrow and anger and sadness.
“I’d make that tradeoff in a heartbeat.” One of the most telling parts of Boynton’s article is when he opens up about his kids, particularly his hockey-obsessed three-year-old son: “I cannot, in good conscience, let him play the game of ice hockey until something changes and we start looking out for our players by taking the problems of head hits and concussions — and their potential impact on mental health — more seriously,” he wrote.
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