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  • Bradley, Colm (School of Architecture. University of Limerick, 2014)
    Port na bPúcai literally translated as the ‘tune of the ghosts’ or also known as the ‘music of the fairies’ is a traditional Irish slow air, associated with the playing of the uilleann pipes, the fiddle, flute or tin ...
  • Bairéad, Séamus Mandela (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2014)
    In Bengal, medieval communities have been plunged headlong into the industrial era and exposed to the vagaries of the world market. From the start to the finish they are victims of alienation. The raw material is foreign ...
  • Hogan, Jennifer (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    The aim of this thesis was to thoroughly immerse myself into the liminal space that lingers between our initial thoughts and realised visions. The shadow, as it were, was the elusive subject I have chased since my ...
  • Geraghty, Trish (School of Architecture, University of Limeirck, 2014)
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  • Hodkinson, Rachel (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    Spending so much time by the sea my interests have always lay in the coast and our relationship with these seascapes. As an island nation the coastline is deeply rooted in our society. Personally I have a great association ...
  • Long, Sinéad (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2014)
    Landscape can be perceived as ‘the soul’ of a country. It is a lyrical composition of many elements, inclusive of both man and nature. It is the ultimate capsule of time, memory and culture. One of our deepest needs is for ...
  • Dowling, Peter (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    We as architects tend to avoid the question of the act of building, the motion of machines the action of cranes, the force of trucks and the labour of people, in this act we manipulate nature to fit our needs as a society ...
  • Pembroke, Laura (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    Moments of disorientation are something I relish. That instant when you know nothing about your surroundings. I look at these moments as a challenge, a test of my spatial awareness and navigational skills. I would describe ...
  • Coleman, Honor (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2014)
    My thesis began with an interest in finding various differences and commonalities in the fields of science and architecture. I have always been interested by the seemingly fast paced progression of science and technology ...
  • Butler, Áine (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2014)
    In this essay I will examine human’s historical interpretation of nature and how this may have influenced our modern day relationship with nature. I am intrigued by nature’s ability to benefit health and well being in ...
  • Brereton, Philip (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    In January 1957 Ives Klein exhibited eleven monochrome canvases in Milan. Each canvas was mounted twenty centimetres in front of the wall as if to comment on the very emptiness of the space itself. The canvases, seen in ...
  • Daly, Georgy (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    Are we born knowing how to architect? And if so, does this inherent gift or sensibility get lost as we funnel through time? Does is gradually begin to trickle away as soon as we leave the womb? I am interested in the ...
  • Huang, Weixiang (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2014)
    Building is one of mankinds basic needs. We live, study and work within architectural creations. Architecture is an environment, an etiquette and a representation of a culture. By studying the architecture of different ...
  • Maurileno, Rosa (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    The world and the various societies within it, are constantly changing in all aspects. Some important aspects include changes in the human perception of time, the organization of space, the structures of social ...
  • Fleury, Sean (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    ''Disorientated, intimidated, mesmerized......neon signs, icons, logos, pictures, flashing, glowing, sparkling, my journey along this street was an experience I've not had before. The sheer overload of information, each ...
  • Lennon, Martin (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    Preamble: How do I work? It seemed that as I endeavoured towards a “final project” in this culminating year of formal education I should visit this question as much as possible. A pause in the process offers a space of ...
  • Quinn McDonagh, Lauren (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    My main interest i s fashion. It always has been. When thinking of how I could begin a thesis in archi tecture I started cutting, folding and pleating a piece of paper as if it were material. Where better to begin than ...
  • McDonnell, Christopher (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2014)
    There is immense joy and freedom to be found in exploring a space, whether it is a newly discovered street or a rocky path up a mountainside. When people explore as a group they are engaging in a form of play activity, one ...
  • Benson, Luke Gerard (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    Days go by and everything changes. The weather controls our emotions, and our emotions control us. We control everything else. This is a natural occurrence, like the tide changing the water levels. By ‘everything’ I mean ...
  • Bourke, Stephen (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    For most the heart of the city of Chicago is the loop district, the central business district where by all the different city transit lines meet in a loop fifteen foot above one’s head. For me it is a place much more ...

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