Re: Re: well what about the developments popping up in the shannonside ?
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I hadnt actually seen the 2nd image, where did you get it from colognemike?
I thought dave123 posted both, I had a quick look through the posts again and the second image has either fallen victim to a photo bucket reorganisation or maybe I found it under some promotional pdf like HOK. I will have a quick search at work tomorrow.
Found this below through google. http://www.carrig.ie/crgpages/crg_proj2.php
5) Number 13 Bedford Row, Limerick
Number 13 Bedford Row, Limerick, comprises a 1930’s pebble dashed facade fronting onto an early nineteenth century Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, built out of rubble and cut stone. There is little remaining of the chapel, in the way of architectural detail, as the interior features, windows, ground floor facade and entrance were sacificed during conversion into a cinema in c.1930. The original rubble stone facade survives to first floor up to parapet level while the ground-floor was replaced by structural support columns.
Carrig were invited by John Costello to carry out an architectural record and condition report of Bedford Row cinema building. The objective of the condition report is to identify the most vulnerable and high-rish areas of the structure. This report details the main issues of concern.