Re: Re: Dublin: it isn’t that ugly
Is it just me or do people get the impression that increasingly nowadays, there’s almost something of a relief that what was knocked was actually carried out, as it has paved the way for so many shiney new buildings today – whether they be reconditioned 70s offices, or newly developed derelict sites etc?
Also, that the new space generated not only allowed contempoary architecture to line the streets, but it also allowed the city to grow in the boom years – it was able to accommodate the savage appetite for office space and other commercial & retail demands.
It just seems increasingly like this, or is it just we’ve all moved on?
Anyone else get that impression?