IGS Lecture Series: Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown’s Historic Houses: Appreciating & Caring for your Period House
Gráinne Shaffrey, Principal of Shaffrey Architects, Grade I RIAI Conservation practice will give a lecture on The Importance of Using Lime at 7.00pm on Evening 2 of this lecture series on Wednesday 25th October 2017.
A 6-week evening conservation course presented by the Irish Georgian Society in association with Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council in the Royal St. George Yacht Club from 7- 9.30pm on Wednesdays in October and November 2017.
Open House Event 2017
Gráinne Shaffrey will present at this Seminar 'The City as a Stage' on Thursday 12th October 2017. This is an RIAI CPD Event for Grade I, II & III Conservation Architects.
Great Granite Rocks Lecture
POSTPONED - Lecture to be rescheduled
Gráinne Shaffrey will give a lecture as part of the Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary celebrations in the Ferry Terminal Building on Thursday October 5th at 7pm. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
HENTOWN by ANU Productions opens for a limited time on 24th August at the new Tenement Museum Dublin, 14 Henrietta Street.
Book now: www.tenementmuseum.ie
Heritage Week Lunchtime Lectures at the IAA
Friday 25 August at 1pm at The Irish Architectural Archive
‘In Conversation’ with Patrick Shaffrey
Patrick and Gráinne Shaffrey, Shaffrey Architects
For booking and further information please contact the Irish Architectural Archive
at + 353 (0)1 6633040 or email@example.com
International Women in Architecture Day Talk
To mark International Womens in Architecture Day, the RIAI have organised two lectures by renowned architect Grainne Shaffrey and architectural historian and RIAI Honorary Member Dr Ellen Rowley on the forthcoming Tenement Museum Dublin / An Músaem Tionántán.
The Tenement Museum Dublin is housed in a former tenement at No 14 Henrietta Street, Dublin 1 and will bring to life the story of the building and of its residents. Grainne Shaffrey and Ellen Rowley have been centrally involved in this landmark project – Grainne as architect and Ellen as curator. The museum will open to the public on 24th August with a 6-week performance by ANU Productions.
Dublin 1 Festival
Who are the Architects in your neighbourhood?
Shaffrey Architects opened their studios to the public to gain an insight into the life of the architects who work in Dublin 1,
The event was part of Dublin1 festival organised by the Irish Architecture Foundation.
The Buildings of the Irish Town and Irish Countryside Buildings Exhibition
21 June 2017 – 25 August 2017
Irish Architectural Archive, 45 Merrion Square, Dublin 2.
Open to the public from 10am to 5pm, Tuesdays to Fridays.
An exhibition of Maura Shaffrey’s drawings from the books The Buildings of Irish Towns and Irish Countryside Buildings following their recent donation to the Irish Architectural Archive.
Engineering the Past to Meet the Needs of the Future
Best practice installation of mechanical and electrical services into historic buildings
Grainne Shaffrey, Tomas O’Connor (Shaffrey Associates Architects ) and Edith Blennerhasset (Arup) Present 14 Henrietta Street, Dublin Tenement Museum: townhouse as museum
The presentation will set the context for the works, with a brief history of the project and describing the design approach and principles which guided us in our decision making and detailed design. We will look in some detail at how architect and engineer worked together in developing and agreeing solutions. We will also focus on some of the bespoke solutions developed in response to building standards and codes. Some of these may be more transferable than others. We will probably also touch on some of the frustrations and ‘roadblocks’ we couldn’t get through. An overriding message in our presentation will be the importance of collaboration and team work.
Shaffrey Architects celebrate 50 years
50 years of shaffrey associates architects 1967-2017
Grafton Architects and Shaffrey Architects announced as preferred design team for the ambitious Parnell Square Cultural Quarter
Dublin City Council and the Parnell Square Foundation are pleased to announce, that Grafton Architects + Shaffrey Associates, has been selected as the preferred Design Team to deliver on an ambitious design brief set for the redevelopment of Parnell Square Cultural Quarter (PSCQ), as a new cultural landmark for Dublin