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Emmett Scanlon participates and engages widely in architecture in Ireland and his personal practice includes the design and construction of buildings, academic research, architectural education, the development of national policy in architecture, architectural criticism and the design and curation of exhibitions. Emmett graduated from University College Dublin with a BArch degree in 1997 and with an MArchSc degree in 2000. He has been teaching at U.C.D. Architecture since 1999 and was appointed Lecturer in Architecture in 2006. Emmett was co-founder of the UCD Rising Home research and design studio and in 2016 established the first socially-engaged design studio at UCD called Out.Post.Office. The first three year project concluded in 2017 with work being show from this studio at TATE Liverpool in 2018. He is a Registered Architect and is accredited in Architectural Conservation by the R.I.A.I. Emmett joined Grafton Architects in 1998 and was Project Director from 2003-2006. He worked on a variety of projects including the Solstice Meath Arts Centre and Housing and Offices in Oslo, Norway. He was part of the competition winning team for the new faculty building for Universita Luigi Bocconi, Milan. Since 2006, Emmett has been in independent practice and has designed, studied and built a variety of projects including houses, department stores and exhibitions. His work has been widely published and reviewed and he has been shortlisted and received several design awards. Emmett combines this form of spatial practice with teaching, academic research and exhibition curation and design. Fundamentally Emmett is interested in the relationship of people and their built environment. Emmett was research lead on the first survey of public awareness of architecture in Ireland, Your Place and Mine. He has curated exhibitions in London, Kilkenny and Dublin and in 2017-18 was assistant to the Curators of the 16th Architecture Biennale, Venice. how people use their homes in Dublin. Emmett is also a registered PhD Student in Sheffield, where his research focuses on the role of the house in Irish architectural culture and wider society.
- DirectorCAST architecture1 May 2006
- Project DirectorGrafton Architects1 Sep 1997 - 1 Apr 2006
- Architecture AdviserArts Council / an Comhairle Ealaion5 Apr 2006 - 5 Apr 2009
- Architecture AdviserArts Council / an Comhairle Ealaion1 Jul 2011 - 1 Jul 2013
- Irish CorrespondantA10 - Journal for New European Architecture1 Nov 2005
- BScUniversity College Dublin
- BArchUniversity College Dublin
- MS ArchUniversity College Dublin