jimg wrote:I generally find you can't lose an argument after peppering its expression with terms like "modernism", "post-modernism" or even more effectively, the likes of "constructivism", "realism", etc.
what? wrote:vapid formalism. performed with little skill and less care.
pippin101 wrote:It's Heuston Gate, nay?
What does everyone think of the building that looks like the Burj Al-Arab? Burger Al Arab more like.
rob mc wrote:No,that never went ahead,and i think it looks very cool,could do with a few more floors though.
Cathal Dunne wrote:What is going to be built in that massive hole beside our version of the Burj al-Arab? There have been cranes and builders working away at it for some time with very little in the way of identifiable structures emerging. Are they building underground car-parking before building new blocks of residential and commercial development or is it something else?
youth-decay wrote:I believe that it is going to be some kind of low rise hotel - it is beind the gardens at Kilmainham so i guess it can't be towering over them.
I moved into HSQ a couple of months ago and i dont think much (that is visable anyway) has been done with it to be honest.
Frank Taylor wrote:The new Waterford cable-stayed bridge will complete this year.
The Limerick tunnel farce is due in 2010.
More IFSC and Sandyford office/apartment completions or abandonments as there are many cranes in place in both sites.