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1847 – Inniscorrig, Dalkey, Co. Dublin



Tudor-style house built in a robust asymmetrical design overlooking Dublin bay. The house was built in 1847 by a very wealthy Dublin physician named Sir Dominic Corrigan, who was based in No. 4 Merrion Square, as a summer retreat. It was later home to John L. Robinson, the architect of Dun Laoghaire town hall. The house has a private harbour.

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1876 – Prize Design for The Public Offices, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: Daniel Brade Front Perspective View & Plans of second premiated design published in The Building News April 28th 1877.