Colm Moore is a partner of Dublin based architecture practice Clancy Moore. Established with Andrew Clancy in 2008, the practice works across Ireland and Europe seeking to understand ‘context‘ the fullest sense of the word – physical, historical, social, legislative and economic. As in their practice states these aspects all impinge and shape their architecture.
Since 2008 the practice has been the recipient of a number of national and international awards including the 2012 AAI Downes Medal for excellence in architectural design. In 2015 the practice was one of four emerging Irish practices involved in the London Festival of Architecture. In 2018 the practice was an Exhibitor in ‘Freespace’ at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018 and in the same year won the prestigious BD award ‘Young Architect of the Year’. The practices work has been published and exhibited worldwide.
Between them they have over many years experience in architectural practice, delivering projects across a range of scales and sectors from small refurbishments to large scale public buildings.
Andrew & Colm both studied architecture at University College Dublin and graduated in 2002. Both partners are now involved in architectural education, with Colm being a Senior Lecturer at Queens University, Belfast. Whilst Andrew is Professor of Architecture at Kingston University in London.
This talk will elaborate on Clancy Moore’s recent architectural projects, along with other completed work and works in-progress.
This exciting event signals the continuation of a full programme from Talks at the Lane; which has already included Rural Office for Architecture, STUDIO NIRO and Izat Arundell & Collaborators. The future guests for 2019 include Assemble Studio, Karl-Heinz Schmitz, IF_DO Architects and Sebastian Cox.
You can read more about Talks at the Lane and see their full Season One programme here.
The next Talk at the Lane by Colm Moore is taking place at Custom Lane on 28th February, 2019, 18:30‐20:00.
Tickets are £10 / £8 Concession and can be purchased here.