OMP ARCHITECT SUSAN DAWSON SPEAKS ABOUT THE REALITIES OF SUBURBAN DEVELOPMENT IN MAGAZINE 2HA

OMP Architect Susan Dawson speaks about the realities of suburban development in magazine 2ha

In the latest edition of local independent architecture & typology magazine [2ha], OMP architect Susan Dawson contributed an essay about modern suburban development in the context of the OMP Adamstown project.

Issue 06 considers the relationship between typology and the architecture of suburbia. Three essays respond to the evolving spatial types that define the suburbs as a coherent condition.

Susan Dawson sets out the realities of designing a 21st Century housing project in Adamstown, Co. Dublin and imagines an alternative typology for building a suburb.

If you are interested in purchasing the latest edition of 2ha (issue #06), you can read more on the 2ha website.

To read Susan's essay, you can download it here.

 

SUSAN DAWSON

Susan Dawson graduated from the School of Architecture in DIT Bolton Street in 1998 with a first class honours degree, winning the Ormond Medal for Architecture. After working for Paul Keogh Architects for 4 years, she joined O’Mahony Pike Architects in 2003, and commenced working as a team leader in 2006.

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