Architecture (Past & Future) – Monasterevin Venice of Ireland Festival

Today saw the opening of a fantastic project on display in the CMYS hall. Titled ‘Architecture (Past & Future)’. A gigantic model of the town approx 30 X 10” was created over the course of the past year by the architecture students of DIT. This scale model really has to be seen as the attention to detail and amount of work which must have gone into the project is amazing. Not only does the model show the town as is now, but it also incorporates possible future additions which could be made to the town. Also on display was a quirky tribute to the Titanic with a handmade model of the ship and some interesting items ascociated with Titanic. The Displays shall continue to be open to the public until Sunday, showing times are 10:00-13:00 & 14:00-16:30hrs. So if you would be interested, please feel free to drop in and have a look.

Also if you interested in checking out any of the remaining events happening this week, head over to   the official festival website, or join them on facebook

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Photographer, Blogger, Ruinhunter, with an unhealthy obsession for history, mythology and the arcane.
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2 Responses to Architecture (Past & Future) – Monasterevin Venice of Ireland Festival

  1. Pingback: Monasterevin ‘Venice of Ireland’ Festival 2013 | EdMooneyPhotography

  2. archecotech says:

    This was my profession at one time, kinda miss it.


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