Binary Hub

Photo: Donal Murphy

Binary Hub

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Saturday 13 October, 11.00am – 5.00pm

The Binary Hub student accommodation lies within the Digital Hub area and is a significant redevelopment site in the Liberties. The location has strong industrial heritage and was the site of Roes Distillery, a complex dating from 1757.A new publicly accessible pedestrian route, Roes Lane, leads uphill from Bonham Street to Thomas Street presenting active frontages with student activities and office space. The buildings form the edges of the new street and wrap around onto Bonham Street to partially enclose two landscaped courtyard open spaces. Clean lines, legible forms and varying heights create an overall building profile that is reminiscent of the varied nature of the surrounding context.

First-come basis: Just turn up and look out for Open House Dublin volunteers. The external spaces and internal common areas will be visitable on this tour. Please note that there is a possibility that internal private accommodation may not be visitable during Open House. Visitors will need to register on their arrival to the complex. Wheelchair accessible.

Designed by: O'Mahony Pike Architects
Building Date: 2016
Location: Roe Lane, Bonham St, Dublin 8

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