Lecturing in Architectural Design Studio, Design Technology and History Theory & Criticism
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Miriam Delaney is an architect and lecturer. She graduated from University College Dublin in 2003 with a 1.1 BArch degree and worked in practice in Zurich and Dublin, becoming a member of the RIAI in 2008, before completing a Masters in Architectural History at The Bartlett, UCL in 2010.
Miriam has taught in University College Dublin and Queens University Belfast teaching design, technology and history and theory of architecture at undergraduate and masters level before joining DIT in 2012. She has acted as a guest critic and visiting lecturer in Architecture schools across Ireland and is currently an external examiner for the BA Architecture programme at Kingston University London.
Miriam co-authored ‘Studio Craft and Technique for Architects’ in 2010, and has edited student publications including ‘Mapped’ a study of the planned villages of Ireland. In collaboration with AP+E, Miriam won first prize in RIAI research competition ‘3Twenty10’ for their project ‘Remapping the Midlands’. Miriam has acted as an advisor for the Describing Architecture exhibition (since 2014), as a committee member of the Architecture Association of Ireland (2007- 2010) and as an editorial committee member of Building Material journal (2005 - 2010).
Miriam has been selected as Co-Commissioner and Co-Curator of the Irish Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale as part of the ‘Free-Market’ team.