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2004 – Proposal for Anglo-Irish Bank Headquarters, Dublin

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Architect: Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates

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Unbuilt proposal for headquarters for the Anglo-Irish Bank in Dublin. According to the architects: “The exterior design challenge was to create a modern, distinguished headquarters which relates to but does not overwhelm the listed buildings. This facade could either have a pattern of small-scale windows flanked by the solid walls of the stair towers, or, alternatively, a glass curtain wall in the center flanked by the stair towers. The proposed building would be a mature, elegant headquarters for the Anglo Irish Bank and represent the best in responsible and distinguished architecture.”

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