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Loggia, The James Weir Home for Nurses, Cork Street, Dublin 8+

The James Weir Home for Nurses is oriented perpendicular to Cork Street – the street front gets the gable end,...

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Tiles, 74 Thomas Street, Dublin 8+

On the upper floors of 74 Thomas Street, there are panels of mosaic tiles in a geometric pattern. It’s a...

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Tiny shopfront, The Coombe, Dublin 8+

The Snug (which is on the Coombe just where it intersects with Francis Street) is one of those sites that...

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Signage, Cork Street, Dublin 8+

Cork Street would benefit a lot more from rows of thriving shops bringing activity to street level than from having...

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Retained signage, 17a New Bride Street, Dublin 8+

The retained signage on 17a New Bride Street is an easy example of keeping text on a building without any...

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Extension (Fuse), 27a Synge Street, Dublin 8+

Fuse Graphic Design occupy a long, narrow corner site in Portobello, with a narrow frontage at the end of the terrace...

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Shopfront, 390 South Circular Road, Dolphin’s Barn, Dublin 8+

A.C. Boles Chemist occupies the northern corner of the junction between South Circular Road and Dolphin’s Barn. On the upper...

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Former Rialto cinema, South Circular Road, Dublin 8+

The 1600-seat cinema at Rialto opened in November 1936, with the Irish premiere of Everything is Rhythm as its first feature....

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Grotto, Timberyard, Cork Street, Dublin 8+

On the St. Patrick’s side of the Timberyard, the building faces onto Brabazon Street. It’s residential, accessed from the Coombe...

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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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