“Architecture from three different professional viewpoints”
The Irish Polish Society is organising a lecture “Architecture from three different professional viewpoints” on Tuesday, 30th May @ 6:30pm in the Polish House, 20 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2. The presentations by an Irish, Italian and Polish architect will include a selection of global landmarks, a reference to the famous Italian painter of architecture, Canaletto, and outstanding recent black and white photographs of Irish architecture. The presenters:
Martin Reynolds is a Dublin born architect and a former Chairman of the Irish Polish Society. His distinguished career spans five decades and includes projects in Poland, Germany, India, Malaysia, Italy and France. Martin will present his selection of global architectural landmarks and influential buildings from 8 different countries.
Antonio Ianni is an Italian architect living and working in Ireland. Antonio graduated from the University of Rome and from Cork University. He moved to Ireland twenty years ago and currently works in Dublin with MOLA Architects. Antonio has a passion for Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Art. His presentation will touch on the regeneration of the Capital Dock and Canaletto’s paintings of European cities in the 18th century including his work in Warsaw.
Artur Sikora is a Dublin based experienced professional architectural photographer. An architect by trade he turned his passion for photography into a full-time career. He works with architects, designers, developers and artists. He is also photography tutor cooperating with schools and runs his own workshops. Artur’s work has been recognised in the industry by several nominations and awards including top prize in the international competition Black and White Photographer of the Year 2011, 3rd place in Monochrome Photography Awards in 2017. Artur will present his outstanding photographs of Irish Architecture.
Date: Tuesday 30.05.2017
Venue: Polish House, 20 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 map