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Former Belfast Bank, Rathmines Road Lower, Dublin 6+

The angle of the surrounding streets marked by the entrance of the former Belfast Bank gives it such an emphasis...

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Brick sheds, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2+

The two brick sheds on the campshires at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay are still generally identified by their last occupant,...

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Former Film Censor’s Office, 12-16 Harcourt Terrace, Dublin 2+

There’s a bittersweet recurring motif you’ll probably notice if you spend a while looking into buildings in Dublin – a...

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Brick, Sandwith Street Upper, Dublin 2+

One of Dublin’s buildings with the greatest tactile appeal is tucked up against the railway bridge on Upper Sandwith Street....

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Doors, George’s Place/Kelly’s Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin+

If you were in the habit of photographing buildings a lot, a few things about colour would probably become obvious...

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Timberyard social housing, Cork Street, Dublin 8+

Named for the site’s previous use, O’Donnell + Tuomey’s Timberyard provides 47 social housing units and a community room. The...

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House, Richmond Place, Rathmines, Dublin 6+

Boyd Cody Architects’ corner house on Richmond Place was built on the site of a cottage, at the end of...

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Bricks, South King Street, Dublin 2+

Dublin’s 1988 Millennium was quite strange, in retrospect. The celebrations were proposed by the City Manager, Frank Feely, to boost...

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Richmond Surgical Hospital, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7+

On the edge of institution-dense Grangegorman, the Richmond Surgical Hospital was constructed in the 1890s to replace a former convent...

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Dublin Corporation Wholesale Markets, Mary’s Lane, Dublin 7+

The big brick market designed to house the Corporation Wholesale Markets opened on 6th December 1892, designed by Parke Neville...

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