A huge congratulations to Wilson Architect Calum Gallogley on the invitation to exhibit his Masters project at the Lisbon Triennale 2022: Terra under the category “Visionaries”. Calum and his colleagues J.J. Stack and Anthony Scannell Keniry from Cork Centre for Architectural Education were shortlisted in The Universities Award Competition and travelled to Lisbon to set up their exhibition called Lost Landscapes. The project thesis is a response to erosion, grounded in the importance of a connection between humans and the natural environment, and the preservation of our natural landscapes.
The Competition invites universities worldwide in a cross-disciplinary perspective. The programme consists of 4 exhibitions, 4 books, 3 awards, 3 days of conferences and a selection of independent Projects. As an international forum that promotes questioning around research and practice, Terra incorporates a declaration of intent and a call to action.
“ Among our visionaries are those who try to impose an alternative order of things and design not just physical structures or objects, but ambitious, and, at times, controversial prescriptions for future action.”
We are proud to see our young Cork architects on this international stage responding to the challenge of design. Check out their You tube video below – amazing presentation and design ideas – well worth a look.
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