The Reflecting City: The Reconstruction of Dublin is a mixed media exhibition, CD-ROM & website focusing on urban transformation in Dublin over the boom years. You might ask "Why? The Celtic Tiger is extinct."

But it is precisely because of it's extinction that we must look back [without too much recrimination, focus on the positive,] and realise how our city was changed, for better or worse, by the boom.

We can learn from our mistakes and our successes. The boom bust cycle doesn't have to repeat itself.

We can and must build sustainable cities and places within them for our children to live.

Spencer Tunick Installation at the South Wall in Dublin Docklands

Monday, September 22, 2008

The second Irish installation of internationally acclaimed more...

Marlborough Street Bridge Proposal

Friday, September 12, 2008

Dublin City Council is planning to build a new bridge over more...

Design Competition for 16 Henrietta St.

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

The commission of an Open Ideas Architectural Design more...

Ireland’s first Urban Beach in Dublin’s Docklands

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Over 45,000 people visited Ireland's very first ‘urban more...

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