Kitchen Garden

Dougal Sheridan, Deirdre McMenamin

    Research output: Non-textual formDesign

    Abstract

    This project was received a high commendation in the Architecture Awards of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. It was selected through a peer-review assessment process conduced by an esteemed jury consisting of architects, academics, and critics, of international standing. This project explored methods of re-orientating the life of households around small scale urban gardening, maximising it as a resource for home food production and celebrating the social activities of gardening, outdoor living, and cooking. This investigation was set in the context of the extension and re-organisation of the typical of 1950s semi-detached house typology, which generally has poor visual and physical relationships between living and exterior outdoor spaces.
    LanguageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2011

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    Gardening
    Kitchen
    1950s
    Juries
    Ireland
    Reorganization
    Cooking
    Resources
    Peer Review
    Food Production
    Physical
    Household

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