Carmody Groarke: Making Sense of Time

Upright poles a in a field of green grass with trees behind.

A site-specific installation by Carmody Groarke. image / provided

Cornell in Rome Fall 2022 Lecture Series

Andy Groarke has over 25 years of experience working as an architect. He is the cofounder of Carmody Groarke, a London-based architecture practice. Groarke has led the development of a number of award-winning projects, working internationally with a range of arts, cultural, and heritage projects, including the 2021 Stirling Prize-shortlisted Windermere Jetty Museum in the Lake District and the EU Mies Award-shortlisted Hill House Box, which places a temporary "museum" enclosure over one of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's most significant works while extensive restoration is undertaken. Most recently, works include a collaboration with the Science & Industry Museum in Manchester to develop a masterplan vision for the historic site, the extension of the Design Museum Gent, and a new archive facility for the British Library Boston Spa. 

Groarke has lectured about the work of Carmody Groarke internationally and taught at several schools of architecture, including The Bartlett School of Architecture, The Royal College of Art, The University of Stuttgart, Cornell University, and the Yale School of Architecture. 

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