temple bar

Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2+

One of three public spaces created by Group 91‘s masterplan for Temple Bar (along with Curved Street and Temple Bar...

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Concrete mural, Essex Street West, Temple Bar, Dublin 2+

Designed to accommodate one of the cultural institutions set out in the Dublin Corporation Development Plan, the Viking Centre incorporates...

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Window and door reveals, 26 Fishamble Street, Dublin 8+

On the corner of Fishamble Street and Essex Street, no. 26 is the oldest house within Dublin’s city walls. It...

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Shopfront, 14 Fownes Street Upper, Dublin 2+

Before the area’s transformation in the 90s, Temple Bar had a number of small businesses – crafts and trades, making...

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Temple Bar Square, Dublin 2+

When Group 91 won the Temple Bar Framework Plan competition in 1992, their commission was to make the new public...

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Housing, Asdill’s Row, Dublin 2+

Asdill’s Row manages to be nearly invisible in Temple Bar, somehow passing as if it’s just the back of a...

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Tiles, Essex Street West, Dublin 8+

Smock Alley Court is tucked down at Temple Bar’s western edge, between Cow’s Lane and Fishamble Street. It was designed...

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Shopfront, 2 Lower Fownes Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2+

Temple Bar isn’t kind to glass shopfronts. Though Regent Barbers (a father-and-son business) have been in Temple Bar since the...

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