Carmody Groarke's new interim Maggie's Centre has been nominated for the 2015 Pro-Tem Regional Civic Trust Awards. The Pro-Tem Awards recognise the impact and benefit of temporary projects on communities and the environment.
Maggie's Merseyside at Clatterbridge is the first temporary centre to be realised and has created a place of support for patients and their families until a permanent Maggie's Centre is delivered in central Liverpool.
The centre featured in 'Pile of Hope' in Blueprint Magazine 337 a feature considering the history of Maggie's.
Link to Maggie's website
Link to Civic Trust website
Link to Blueprint Magazine website
Andy Groarke discussed 'Art and Remembrance' on the BBC World Service News Hour. The discussion was chaired by Julian Marsh and included contributions from architect Peter Eisenman and Dr Stefan Goebel, Senior Lecturer in Modern British History at the University of Kent.
BBC World Service New Hour 7th November 2014
Link to listen again on BBC iplayer
Carmody Groarke participate in the 'Describing Architecture' exhibition, Dublin, curated by Antóin Doyle with support from the Architectural Association of Ireland. A model of their project at Lanercost Priory in Cumbria will be featured in response to the theme of this years exhibition: 'Memory & Place'.
Describing Architecture, 17 October - 8 November
City Assembly House, South William Street, Dublin
Link to Describing Architecture website