How office block architecture of the 1970s changed the way Dubliners worked

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In this engaging talk, architect and architectural historian Carole Pollard talks about the changing conditions of architectural practice, the workplace, and the city landscape in Dublin in the 1970s through a study of the office buildings of Andrew Devane of Robinson Keefe & Devane. Devane’s Dublin office buildings include the iconic Irish Life Centre on Lower Abbey Street, Stephen Court on Stephen’s Green and the sadly demolished AIB Bank Centre in Ballsbridge.

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This online talk will be available to watch here from 15th October to 17th October.

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