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1864 – Carmichael School of Medicine, North Brunswick Street, Dublin

Architect: J.E. Rogers

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Designed in 1864 as a school of medicine beside the three northside hospitals (Brunswick, Richmond and the Hardwicke, all now closed), the Carmichael building is now office accommodation. J.E. Rogers was the favourite student of Benjamin Woodward and the building’s design reflects his education. Built in a Lombardesque Revival style and with some sculpture similar to Deane & Woodward’s Trinity Museum, Rogers unfortunately didn’t have the funds available to him to design a staircase similar in scale to that in Trinity.

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