Guidelines for submitting the 2019/2020 Homework
Chapters News

Dear Docomomo Chapters, Due to the exceptional circumstances of COVID-19, we are extending the deadline of June 1st to August 15th, 2020. A plan for new documentation homework has been approved in the last Council Meeting, August 30th, 2018 (Ljubljana, Slovenia), proposed by the ISC/Registers. With the aim of moving forward to the documentation of conservation good practices, Docomomo Working Parties (WP) have to submit: Working Parties that already have submitted 30 Documentation Fiches and uploaded 50 sites to MOMOVE: (a) 1 fiche for 2019 and 1 fiche for 2020, on an example of Good Conservation Practice. Download the template here: link, and here: link. (b) A bibliography with 5-10 publications (books or articles) on Modern Movement…

Special Award for Dissertation 2015

This prize is open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students registered on the island of Ireland in the field of architecture, art history and design and aims to encourage research into the legacy of the Modern Movement in Ireland.The award is for the essay or dissertation completed during the academic year 2013-2015 that offers the best documentation of modernist architectural or urban thinking in Ireland or which proposes a better way to protect or conserve this heritage. The call for submissions is deliberately broad in its scope and can include research about buildings, designers, monuments, public space or structures. The…

Special Award for Dissertation, 2014

In January 2014, DoCoMoMo Ireland set up a prize for a dissertation or essay to encourage research into the legacy of the Modern Movement in Ireland. Because DoCoMoMo’s Ireland’s work is voluntary, the Committee wondered how to expand scholarship and material on our 20th Century legacy, not least to support our work when a buildings or structures were under threat of demolition. Committee Member, Miriam Fitzpatrick, suggested that we tap into the resource of educational institutions, where great research work was being generated every semester and that there might be a mutual benefit to catalogue this work by encouraging students to study 20th Century heritage. We…

Central Bank Competition Winners 2013

Docomomo Ireland announced the Winners of Central Bank Competition: GKMP Architects with Conor Maguire & Jennifer O’Donnell Prize for Best Presentation was awarded to: Amelie Conway, Dominic Lavelle, Brian Barber, Joe Swan. Student Prize was awarded to “Danteum” by David Lawless, DIT. Commended “Central Focus” – Sarah McKendry, Kate Griffin, Ros Kavanagh, Andrea Doyle “Growing on the Horizon” – Michael Hayes, Jonathan Janssens, Conor Maguire, Ste Murray. “Housing for the Repossessed” – James Byrne Finalists “Hedge Fun” – David Flynn “Irish Museum of Modern Art” – O’Briain Beary Architects, Mark McCormick “School of Architecture” – Carl Laffan “Central Square” – Studio…