Archive is the podcast of the Architectural Association of Ireland.
In 1896, the AAI was founded ‘to promote and afford facilities for the study of architecture and the allied sciences and arts, and to provide a medium of friendly communication between members and others interested in the progress of architecture’.
Through the Archive podcast series, we hope to continue this conversation about architecture, both in Ireland and further afield. In each episode we speak to a national or international figure from the field of architecture, art or design about their work, their thinking and their process.
To date, we've talked to a diverse range of international architects, such as 2013 Stirling Prize winning, William Mann (Witherford Watson Mann), 2010 Venice Silver Lion winner, Kersten Geers (OFFICE KGDVS) and Portugese architect Ricardo Bak Gordon (Bak Gordon arquitectos); alongside a number of Irish practices, including Royal Gold Medal recipients, Sheila O'Donnell and John Tuomey (O'Donnell + Tuomey architects) and Young Architect of the Year nominees, Cian Deegan and Alice Casey (TAKA architects).
For more information about the Architectural Association of Ireland and the work that we do, please visit our website at architecturalassociation.ie. You can also keep up with the latest news and events via our facebook page or twitter @AAIarchitecture.
Thanks for listening.
Archive, Volume 4 Episode 1: Gigon/Guyer Architects
Archive, Volume 4 Episode 1: Dermot Boyd in conversation with Annette...
Archive, Volume 3 Episode 2: Lawrence & Long Architects
Archive, Volume 3 Episode 1: Aprar Elawad in conversation with Joe...
Archive, Volume 3 Episode 1: Leon van Schaik
Archive, Volume 3 Episode 1: Dermot Boyd in conversation with...
Archive, Volume 2 Episode 6: Peter Wirtz
Archive, Volume 2 Episode 6: JJ Digby in conversation with...
Archive, Volume 2 Episode 5: Raumlabor
Archive, Volume 2 Episode 5: Michael Hayes in conversation with Jan...
Archive, Volume 2 Episode 4: Max O’Flaherty
Archive, Volume 2 Episode 4: Michael Hayes in conversation with...
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This is a great facility for anyone who can't get along to Trinity on a Thursday evening . The interviews are an excellent bonus for those who do also. Great work! This adds to the significant work you guys do to promote a higher level of debate and practice of architecture in Ireland.
Very enjoyable and interesting interviews, looking forward to hearing more in the future. Great initiative by the AAI. Thanks.
Bak Gordan is a great guy. Looking forward to hearing more podcasts in this series.