The Urbanism Hours are virtual lunch time events that explore a given theme through two presentations and a Q&A.
For September's Urbanism Hour, we will be joined by Colin King and Cormac Murray from O'Mahony Pike, who will use their experience and expertise to talk about Proposed Decarbonising Zones in Ireland and Modern Architecture in Dublin.
Colin King MRTPI is Associate Director and Senior Urban Designer at O’Mahony Pike Architects in Dublin. An Academician of the AoU, he has experience as an architect, urban designer, and development planner in public and private sectors in Ireland, UK, Australia and Canada, including periods with the City of Vancouver, South Dublin County Council and LB Croydon.
Cormac Murray MRIAI is an architect and writer, working for O'Mahony Pike Architects in Dublin. He co-authored The Dublin Architecture Guide, 1937-2021 with Paul Kelly and Brendan Spierin, published by The Lilliput Press in 2021. Cormac has an interest in mid-century Irish modernism, he has published two essays with the Phibsboro Press: The Forgotten Frontier, A Critical Appraisal of the Phibsboro Shopping Centre (2015) and Cosmoform (2020), both designed by Eamonn Hall.
This event is virtual and will take place via Zoom. The link will be sent to ticket holders in advance of the event.