This Is The First Book In A Three Volume Series On Architectural History, Richly Illustrated And Written For The General Reader Unpacking The History Of Dublin S Architecture During The Th Century, Each Book Covers A Period, In Chronological Sequence Volume I Contains Introductory Historical Essays Of Building Culture In Dublin From To Followed By Case Studies Ranging From Iconic Situations Such As The Rebuilding Of Sackville Street Lower Later O Connell Street , To Lesser Known Structures Like The Concrete Oblates Grotto, Inchicore Or The Public Library, Drumcondra Each Study Is Framed According To Key Historic Questions, And Raises Issues Around Architectural Technology And Materials, Patronage And Urban Planning, Residents And Ceremonial Or Daily Use, And So On Volume I Presents An Overview, In Guidebook Style, Of C Sites A Survey Of The City S Buildings Over The Period To , Not As A Best Of But As A Representation Of Architectural Endeavour At The Time
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- 352 pages
- More than Concrete Blocks
- Ellen Rowley
- 13 May 2018 Ellen Rowley