Re: Re: Be quiet Mr Byrne
Agreed re the Department of Finance. As if the second most famous graveyard in the city needs protection from being built over in the 21st century. As mentioned at length previously, I find the fenestration gratuitious to the side elevation, and not to mention at odds with the stoical front facing Merrion Row. The two facades do not gel successfully.
Indeed the stern front addressing the street merely serves to reinforce what should have been overlooking the graveyard, and the inappropriateness of what was executed.
As such, it is a beautifully crafted building, that both delights and frustrates in equal measure.