A.Mag 28: Clancy Moore| Ryan W. Kennihan | Steve Larkin
Common to the practices featured in this issue, besides that all three are based in Dublin, is that the interpretation of the location and the simultaneous understanding of the needs of both client and programme always begin the design process. Each project is generated collectively and progressively in the encounter between the inhabitants, the environment where it is embedded, and the dialogue established between the parties. From this combination, a solution is devised and built. Five works by each office are highlighted, reflecting the shared trait of a slow architecture, the characteristic purpose of which is well-being, adaptability, and absence of any stylistic pretension.
|210 p, ills colour & bw, 24 x 32 cm, pb, Portuguese/Spanish/English|