Re: Re: goodbye hawkins house
I honestly cannot comprehend for one second (and i’ve tried) how anybody could see the slightest redeeming factor in hawkins street house. Some people like the loop line, some the screen college green, but how anybody can think this building acceptable is beyond me.
It’s very well located and must have good views. I’d be happy to live or work there.
Is this building brutalist?
Anyone know the story of how it got planning permission? Was permission granted around the same time as O’Connell Bridge House?