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1857 – Molesworth Hall, Molesworth St., Dublin

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Architect: Deane & Woodward

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Designed by architects Deane and Woodward, Molesworth Hall was a freestanding building built of Portland, Calp, and Caen stone, with red brick. The building had horizontal bands of contrasting materials, which was very much the architectural fashion of the time. It was later demolished in 1978.

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