Does anyone know what a new green material is that's being used to clad at least three Dublin buildings of late?
The most well known is Clery's new facade on North Earl St, where it is being used to surround their new window extention.
Its also in use on a new building on Amiens St, as well a a building way down the quays near the Civic Offices.
Its most unusual and looks exactly like oxidised copper - just a bit darker - and has appeared in the city so suddenly, literally in the past few weeks.
Its quite striking on the Clerys extention - contrasting with the brown brick and the sleek new glass.