Re: Re: Dundalk
Most certainly – they ‘make sense’ in their current context, but when that building goes up the whole atmosphere of the square will change from that of a market town to a city-to-be.
It is extraordinary that a town that is calling for city status has two-storey and single-storey buildings framing its central square (the single storeys on the proposed building’s site), and has a sprawling two-storey 1940s residential estate across the road! (in the background of above pic).
Il’l have to take a closer look at the highlighted buildings before making any judgement on them…
It’s important to acknowledge the strong Georgian and Victorian character behind the camera in the above pic:
…even if much is destroyed with PVC.