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2012

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Technological University Dublin

Inner city Dublin.

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St. Brigid's Nursery- Second Year Architecture, Patrick Flynn Jan 2012

St. Brigid's Nursery- Second Year Architecture, Patrick Flynn

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Poster with details of students' project on locating a nursery school in inner city Dublin. St Brigid’s Nursery school is currently located in Mountjoy Square. The second year architecture students explored the possibility of designing a new custom built nursery school on the existing site and a number of new locations in the North East inner city. The sites were chosen in conjunction with Dublin City Council


Bsc Spatial Planning And Environmental Management Public Spaces Survey, David O'Connor, Dublin Institute Of Technology Jan 2012

Bsc Spatial Planning And Environmental Management Public Spaces Survey, David O'Connor, Dublin Institute Of Technology

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Poster displaying Public spaces survey. As part of the module on Data Collection and Analysis, in March 2010, 2nd year BSc Spatial Planning and Environmental Management students carried out an ethnographic survey of four key public spaces within the LifeLine catchment. Using a mixture of questionnaire survey and observational data, students measured usage levels, behavioural patterns and user opinions about the spaces.


Breaking Barriers, Creating Connections: A Physical Environment Action Plan For The Northwest Inner City., David O'Connor Jan 2012

Breaking Barriers, Creating Connections: A Physical Environment Action Plan For The Northwest Inner City., David O'Connor

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Poster detailing spatial planning project on Northwest inner city Dublin. The project commenced with a community and cultural profile which examined the historical and socio-economic context of the study area. This was in order to gain an understanding of the area and its spatial planning context