By Niall McCullough
Although one of Europe's largest cites in the 18th century, Dublin has never been harvested for its potential contribution to the history of European urbanism. This book is about its physical structure - an analysis of the underlying skeleton that may release an understanding of its urban and architectural tradition.
"This is a must-have book for all those interested in the history and topography of the city of Dublin" - John Montague, Irish Arts Review
Dublin An Urban History is an exploration of the city plan over time. This lavishly illustrated and beautifully designed book by one of Ireland's leading architects, is a much expanded version of a book with a similar title published in c. 1989. This greatly improved new edition with over 350 illustrations and photographs is a fascinating insight into the development of the city and will appeal to all those interested in the architecture and history of Dublin.
Format: 305mm x 305mm
228 pages, hardback, thread sewn.
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