I think the architect was Arthur Gibney
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I reckon the architects managed to win an argument with O'Callaghan to get budget for an 'architectural statement' on the corner but for the rest - it was dictated by a tight budget.
Compare the street level facade to the nearby Fitzwilliam which manages to be enticing even while walking past, encouraging you to wander in.
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