tiles

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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Tiles, Cork Street, Dublin 8+

If you wander through Dublin’s remaining pockets of industrial buildings, it starts to seem like every factory and warehouse that...

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Signage, 49 Lower O’Connell Street, Dublin 1+

The Confectioners Hall is another nice example of retained signage, closed since 1984 and now occupied by a sports shop....

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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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Tiled shopfronts, Errigal Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12+

These two shopfronts are in a terrace of fairly ordinary, small, local shops on Errigal Road near the junction with...

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Mosaics, Dublin Corporation flats, Lower Kevin Street and North William Street+

These flat blocks by Dublin Corporation (now Dublin City Council) were a standard design which can be seen all around...

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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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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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