Born in the 1970s and 80s and trained, primarily in Dublin, in the 1990s and 2000s, A2 Architects (Peter Carroll and Caomhán Murphy), GKMP (Grace Keeley and Michael Pike) and Ryan Kennihan Architects are a new generation of Irish architects offering fresh insights or adjustments in the perceived canon of professional and cultural activities. Not only have they weathered the recent economic uncertainty, each has found ways to practice critically, to look at what actually exists in Ireland, to discover potential in often peripheral situations, and to collaborate across disciplines. The three practices will discuss their installation in the Chicago Design Museum and the work of each Dublin-based practice, with curators Nathalie Weadick and Raymund Ryan.

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