A love letter to architecture and public space in Dublin, Ireland.

Door, 9 Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6+

It’s a busy part of Ranelagh’s pavement, just beside the Luas station, and it’s pinched further with the Ranelagh Cycles’...

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St. Fintan’s Church, Sutton, Co. Dublin+

I’ve been looking forward to visiting St. Fintan’s since Our Lady Queen of Heaven (Dublin Airport), both by Andy Devane of...

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Signage, Edmund Ross Studios, 59 Grafton Street, Dublin 2+

Grafton Street’s ground floor retail units may be some of the most popular in the city, but there are hundreds...

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Stillorgan Shopping Centre, Co. Dublin+

Completed in 1967 and designed by John Costello & Associates, the most striking thing about Stillorgan Shopping Centre is the...

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Shopfront, Teddys, 1a Windsor Terrace, Dun Laoghaire+

The red, white and blue shopfront at Teddys could be mistaken for ordinary and somewhat old-fashioned, but it’s actually a...

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Fanlight, 18 Hume Street, Dublin 2+

Hume Street branches off the west side of St. Stephen’s Green, much quieter than its busy neighbour. Above the unmarked...

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Extension, 1 Castle Street, Dublin 2+

On a prominent corner site near Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin Castle, a fine pub and a good chipper, 1 Castle Street...

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Tiles, Beechwood Avenue Lower, Dublin 6+

Most of the houses on Beechwood Avenue Lower have tiled paths leading up to the front door. Not sure if...

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Bathing shelters, North Bull Wall, Dublin 3+

Dublin’s harbour walls, the Great South Wall (at Ringsend, 1761-1795) and the Bull Wall (at Clontarf, 1800-1825), were constructed to...

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Shopfront, McNallys, 14 Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1+

McNally’s is on the corner of Great Denmark Street and Hill Street in the north inner city. The lemon yellow...

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