1898 – Proposed Additions to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin

Architect: Sir Thomas Drew

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“The addition which are now contemplated are not without some connexion with its original scheme, uncompleted since its first design in the thirteenth century.” Designed by Sir Thomas Drew, it was to include a new chapter house, but never progressed beyond the illustration stage. Published in The Builder, June 2 1898.