Re: Re: Liberty Hall
Is not that the equivalant of knocking a Georgian townhouse and retaining the doorcase in the new structure?!
The very appeal of Liberty Hall (well what appeal it has) is that it DOES look of its age – it looks like a 1960s ‘progressive’ structure, the tallest building ever to have been built in the State and an icon of its age.
Under no circumstances should it be demolished to make way for a ‘timeless’ glazed cylinder; if the building has any worth at all it is this very ‘heritage value’ that makes it stand out from the crowd and forces one to think twice about a Dublin without it.