Introducing the “Street Tree Needs Index”
“Street Tree Needs Index” is simply an area or neighbourhood based calculation that generates a local “Need” for street trees.
StreeTree – Introduction
StreeTree WebApp Dublin City Council in collaboration with Workday Ireland  and Motti Ruimy and Paul Kearns of Redrawing Project is developing an innovative ‘Smart City’ policy app titled STREETREE. Utilising both … Continue reading
Seamless Neighbourhood – Redrawing the City of Israel is a story of a city. That city is Tel Aviv.
“…Cities do not politically or geographically, begin or end at municipal borders. Tel Aviv is both a “municipal city” of four hundred thousand and a national metropolis of three million people. This is a fractured and atomised landscape that encompasses the tolerance and prejudice, vulnerability and fragility – seen and unseen – of urban life. It is an infrastructure of physical and social architecture that exists in seamless visible and invisible boundaries..”
The following article titled ‘Architecture Done’ by Dr Mick Wilson was published in Beyond Pebbledash 2014. Dr Mick Wilson is Head of Department in the Faculty of Applied & Performing … Continue reading
Redrawing Project contribution to Dublin City Architect website Pivot Dublin: Urban Party Postcards of Our City REDRAWING DUBLIN talking Boulevards Talking Traffic Lights Mapping Our City A Family Friendly City … Continue reading
Bauhaus Tel Aviv
The following article was published in Architecture Ireland Journal (264 Volume 4 2012 July/August) Bauhaus Tel Aviv Architecture Ireland 264 Bauhaus Tel Aviv By Paul Kearns and Motti Ruimy It … Continue reading
The Dead City
Performance: The Dead City Location: Merrion Sq. & Fitzwilliam Sq. Dublin Contemporary 2012 Saturday 8 October, 8–9pm Living City Article on Architecture Ireland Magazine 2012 The Dead City invites you … Continue reading