1955 – Former Meath Hospital, Heytesbury St., Dublin

Architect: Robinson Keefe Devane




Extension to the original 19th century hosipital in a Dutch modern style. Extended in 1962 by the same architects. Three substantial interlinked blocks make up this stage of the hospital development. Built to provide Nurse’s Home, an Administration Department and urological unit. The facade to Heytesbury St. is the longest and quite severe with only a break from the regularity at the ground floor of the northern end.

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