1994 – Temple Bar Gallery & Studios

Architect: McCullough Mulvin



The original Temple Bar Studios were located in a former clothing factory. This purpose built premises contains thirty artist’s studios in a range of sizes (available for artists to rent) and the gallery. The building is based at the corner of Temple Bar Square and is four stories over a basement.

The use of prismatic forms and bold primary colours gives the building an early modernist look and creates a focal point for the surrounding public space.

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