1841 – Assembly House, Waterford

Architect: Thomas Jackson


Fine classical building of five bays, originally designed as a bank, the central three projecting, with crisp Corinthian pilasters and a blank pediment above. The building is crisply detailed with fine proportions. The design was the winner of an architectural competition to design a Savings Bank for Waterford.

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