Bring The Pane



This afternoon.

Sasko writes;

Construction work taking place at the new headquarters for the Central Bank of Ireland in Dublin’s Docklands today. Glass panelling is installed in the building that was originally intended to be the new headquarters for Anglo Irish Bank, but construction was abandoned following the housing and financial crisis of 2008.

(Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews)


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17 thoughts on “Bring The Pane

    1. Marian

      We destroyed Dame Street for this?

      At least Sam Smyth had a vision. And a bad vision is orders of magnitude better than no vision.

      Low cost, catalogue cladding with a half assed attempt at a Google esque interior (in vogue about 5+ years ago) = a large bill for the taxpayer.

    1. Happy Molloy

      ah now, it’s more efficient than being spread across multiple locations, will ultimately save money.

      ice to see the building being finished too. I personally wouldn’t want to work there unless i lived in the Northside, it’s just a pain to get to

    2. Kieran NYC

      Pfft if they threw up something dirt cheap, you’d moan about having to look at it.

      Remember the Bunkers.

  1. kellma

    hot of the press! ;) That glass has been there for a few weeks now. In fact, those few layers went up pretty quickly and seem to have stalled a bit since…

  2. Funster Fionnanánn

    Leave it empty.

    So the suit wearing male genitals who are chauffeured past it can have a slight pang of guilt, or anything.

    Also for the rest of us, the blueshirts etcs

    1. Funster Fionnanánn

      The comment editing and deletion around here is bizarre.

      Ye should post the rules. It would make life easier for everyone.

  3. Truth in the News

    Will we be able see in, a better solution is to sack most of those at the Central
    Bank as they are surplus to requirements and they proved to be useless over
    the last 10 year, another sacred cow to be culled.

    1. anditsgone

      The CB has taken a huge corner since the good aul days and has always been a good money maker for the state.

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