Living Limerick (2017)
Living Limerick is a collaboration between Limerick City and County Council and SAUL (the School of Architecture at the University of Limerick) focusing on developing a vision for living in the historic core of Limerick City. Through the process, we will explore ways to make the city more liveable through the design of new public realm projects and initiatives. Living Limerick will support volunteer groups to assist in transforming Limerick’s streets, parks and riverfront into more engaged public spaces. Through the Living Limerick process, we will gather and share the hopes for Limerick’s historic city center. By coordinating, analysing and representing the views of these communities, we aim to develop an inclusive vision for the city. The project started in the spring of 2017.
Living Georgian Limerick (2016)
Designing with Communities – The Woodquay Project
‘Imaginative Neighbourhood Woodquay’ was a community design process led by the Adaptive Governance Lab (AGL) at the School of Architecture at University of Limerick, working together with the Woodquay Residents and Business Association and Galway City Council. The process took place between 2013 and 2015 (see 2013, 2014, 2015).