:eek::eek: The person who designed the Mount St. Bridge pig knows nothing about designing a building in an historic setting.spoil_sport wrote:I can't really tell what makes this corporate stone pig any better than the "corporate glass pig" mentioned earlier.
Devin wrote::eek::eek: The person who designed the Mount St. Bridge pig knows nothing about designing a building in an historic setting.
The building at Baggot Street Bridge is that increasingly rare thing: an architect designed building which recedes from the protected struture, does not dominate it.
I should admit that I am thinking of the building in contextual terms, as I am wan to do, rather than as a one off work of architecture which will keep the AAI and IA in covers for a year.
It doesn't look too bad in those pictures ...... but when you see it in its location it's inappropriately self-important.gunter wrote: