cork architect exhibition 2017Cork Architectural Association Call for Entries 2017

Please see information below from the Cork Architectural Association with regards to their 2017 Exhibition:

The Cork Architectural Association wish to invite Cork based architects to submit a project for our annual architecture exhibition. The 2017 exhibition which is titled “L’Architecture Quotidienne” will be hosted in the foyer of the Cork City Civic Offices from Monday 30th of October to Friday 1st of December. The selected projects will feature in a special review in the Irish Examiner as well as an exhibition booklet.

The aims of the association are:

a) To advance public education and promote interest in architecture and other creative arts particularly among the people of Cork city and County.

b) To create a challenging and innovative programme of exhibitions to educate and stimulate debate about contemporary architecture and its place in society.

c) To provide affordable architect led gallery space in Cork city for architecture exhibitions and other creative arts events for emerging and established architects and other creative people.

d) To establish a support network through which architects and other creative people can meet and exchange ideas, skills, knowledge and information.


The theme of this year’s Cork Annual Architecture Exhibition is “L’Architecture Quotidienne”. Cork Studios/Architects are invited to submit projects which have been completed in the last five years that tackle and engage with the theme of “L’Architecture Quotidienne”. The jury will be looking for projects, domestic or public, that successfully deal with this theme. Each studio may only enter one project.


– The jury for this year’s exhibition is:

Derek Tynan – Director of DTA Architects, Dublin.

Pat Ruane – Conservation Architect, Cork City Council

Tommy Barker – The Irish Examiner

Submission Deadline

Stage 1 – Friday August 25th at 5pm to

For further information on how to enter and the requirements, please see the attached document.