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The Hendron’s Building,

A protected structure in Dominick Street Upper, Dublin 7.

Paddy Cahill writes:

A little bit late but the deadline for observations to An Bord Pleanála is tomorrow [Tuesday] at 5.30pm for observations about the proposed development at Hendron’s Building.

The proposal is to build a large co-living scheme there around the building (one of the few Modernist buildings on the city’s Record of Protected Structures).

I made a quick video (above) the other day about the building…More details here.

Hendron’s Building application here.



Archidub tweetz:

Worst of all time…



A short documentary looking at Dundanion Court, a futuristic housing scheme built in Cork in 1964.

Filmmaker Paddy Cahill writes:

Architect Neil Hegarty brings us through his first work, the award-winning housing scheme at Dundanion Court, which absorbed influences from projects by Mies van der Rohe and I M Pei in the United States to produce a model for housing that is increasingly pertinent today.

Dundanion Court

Santiago Calatrava Collection (Lego Ideas)

Santiago Calatrava?