1980 – Commercial Buildings, Dame Street, Dublin


Rebuilt at a 90 degree angle after the original was demolished to make way for the Central Bank development. Originally the building crossed the pedestrian walkway to Crown Alley, what is now the doorway to the building on the other facade to Central Bank plaza was an entry through the building. It was planned to rotate the original 90 degrees to allow for the Central Bank to be built, and to that end, the stonework was dismantled and numbered, however this facsimile was erected in its place.

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