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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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Rose Garden, Trinity College Dublin+

It might be a tiny bit misanthropic, but the nicest time on a college campus is the summer. Libraries are...

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Derelict shopfront, South Richmond Street, Dublin 2+

There’s no world-weary pretension like 90s world-weary pretension, and correctly or not, that always seems like part of the cultural...

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Rear view, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2+

The strangest thing about Rear Window is that, before being confined to his apartment by a broken leg, Jeff doesn’t...

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An interview with Concrete Collar (& the Grand Canal Docks sign)+

An early post on Concrete Collar, which is a blog about “the cross-pollination between fashion and architecture”, used the Grand Canal...

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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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Shopfront (Thomas Read), 4 Parliament Street, Dublin 2+

Passing Thomas Read & Company on Parliament Street, there’s a feeling of the circus having left town. The shop closed...

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Gutter, Pearse Street Garda Station, Dublin 2+

Though the notorious triple-parked cars outside might distract you from noticing it, Pearse Street Garda Station is a fine building...

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Door, 12 Magennis Place, Dublin 2+

Compared to the noise of Pearse Street, its sidestreets are nearly invisible, but they have quiet lives of their own....

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Luas bridge (Charlemont station), Grand Canal, Dublin 2+

Crossing the Grand Canal between Charlemont Place and Grand Parade, the Luas bridge at Charlemont station is one of the...

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