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Create is delighted to be involved in an exciting new initiative ‘Your Place and Mine: A national survey to explore public awareness of architecture and the built environment in Ireland.'
 
It is a UCD research project initiated by Emmett Scanlon (School of Architecture) and Dr Suzanne Guerin (School of Psychology) of University College Dublin, in collaboration with Create.

The research team comprises of Principal Investigator Emmett Scanlon, Co-Investigator Dr Suzanne Guerin and Research Assistant Ekaterina Tikhoniouk.

This project has been part-funded, following an open-call process, under the Government Policy on Architecture 2009-2015 Implementation Programme by the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. Additional support is provided by the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland.

Enquiries can be made to the lead researcher Emmett Scanlon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Create will also be distributing the survey via its Ebulletin and social media.

For more project and survey information or to take the survey, see: www.yourplaceandmine.ie.

Read the press release here.

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