Scavengedluxury

November 5, 2012 by scavengedluxury

Central Bank of Ireland, Dublin. November 2012. One of the last Brutalist buildings (1980) built in the British Isles. During construction each floor was fabricated on the  ground then lifted onto the two service cores and mounted by the 12 metal supports visible around the exterior.

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