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June 28, 2011

Two Irish architecture practices included in 2011 Wallpaper Architects Directory

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Irish architecture practices Architecture Republic and TAKA have been included among 20 practices of the 2011 Wallpaper* Architects Directory. For this year’s Architects Directory, Wallpaper* selected 20 of the world’s best emerging architects, giving each an open brief to design the ultimate rural retreat. To showcase their models, there’s an exhibition titled ’20 Houses: A New Residential Landscape’ at the Architecture Foundation in London until 14 July.

As part of the exhibition programme, Wallpaper* and The Architecture Foundation have invited a selection of the practices from the 2011 Directory to take part in a series of talks, using the theme of built/unbuilt to explore the relationship between real world commissions and the ideas and approaches that arose out of the open brief for the Directory commission.

Featured Architects:
Anttinen Oiva Architects – Finland
Architecture Republic – Ireland
Bourgeois/Lechasseur – Canada
Fourfoursixsix – United Kingdom
GH3 – Canada
Hurst Song Architekten – Switzerland
Karawitz Architecture – France
KITE Architecture – Japan
LHVH Architkten – Germany
Martin Gomez Arquitectos – Argentina/Uruguay
Moorhead & Moorhead – United States
Olaf Gipser Architects – The Netherlands
Pasel.K├╝nzel Architects – The Netherlands
Sami Arquitectos – Portugal
Studio Octopi – United Kingdom
Svendborg Architects – Denmark
TAKA – Ireland
VOIS Architects – Greece
Warren Techentin Architects – United States
Zon-e Arquitectos – Argentina/ Spain

Admission to the exhibition is free
AF Project Space. 136-148 Tooley St, London SE1 2TU

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