Re: Re: Grafton Street, Dublin
That was an ironing board on a stiletto, right!
The thing that gets me about the paving is that they got it right [to my eye anyway] on Mary Street, several years ago. That short little stretch on the north side of the church was well executed and moderately subtle in its differential between road and path, why could they not just stick with that.
It’s not so much that the he ‘path’ areas on Grafton Street are the wrong colour, or the unit size is unnecessarily miserable, it’s that they’re laid the wrong way.
And then there’s that dodgy tiled pattern, square area, at the junctions!
Would we really not have got that we’ve reached a junction with a side street without this helpful change in paving pattern? . . . maybe by the fact that there are gaps in the buildings?