Andrew Clancy is Professor of Architecture in the Kingston Schaol af Art, and directs REGISTER - a research grouping which encompasses a wide range of means to engage with, research and disseminate thinking about the built environment. Key activities include its popular lecture and podcast series and also includes symposia, conferences and publications. He was Visiting Professor at the Arkitektskolen Aarhus, Denmark in 2015; and previously led the M.Arch in Queens University Belfast. He has examined and been a guest critic in a wide range of schools including ETH (SUI); Academia di Architettura Mendrisio (SUI): EPFL (SUI): Kaiserslautern (GER); AA (UK); Cass (UK); TU Dublin (IRU): Glasgow School of Art (UK); Dundee (UK); Aberdeen (UK). He has a PhD from RMIT and is a member of the Roval Institute of Architects of Ireland. Clancy Moore is an architectural practice based in Dublin, Ireland. Established by Andrew Clancy and Calm Moore in 2008 we seck to understand context in the fullest sense of the word. We enjay how physical, historical, social, legislative and economic aspects all impinge and shape architecture, and find that it is in this abrasion that projects frequently find meaning and clarity. We have a work method to support this based on conversation and curiosity. We seek congruencies in this conversation that allow our architecture to speak about the place it stands in, the people who use it, the techniques and people that made it, and the broader society it is a part of. The practice designs cultural, infrastructural and residential work in ireland and elsewhere.