This space originally served as a graveyard for St. Mary’s church. In 1988 it was decided to open its grounds as a public open space. The space was gated and maintained by a caretaker until its redesign in 1998 by Peter Cody to commentate the 200th anniversary of the death of Wolfe Tone
The Liffey Rail bridge, to be precise.
Vertical support by Liberty Hall
Nassau Street, by McCullough Mulvin Architects. I'm a big fan of this building.
I love the way it's angular forms interact with the streetscape. It's a beautiful piece of work.
Otherwise known as the Pepper Cannister, Mount St. Crescent, Dublin, 1824 by George Augustus Herbert.
One from a recent trip to Craughwell, Co. Galway...there's something epic in these simple structures.