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Liberty Hall

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Liberty Hall

from 20.00

Definitely not the most popular building in Dublin, Liberty Hall is without a doubt, the most unique structure on the Dublin skyline. Designed by architect Desmond Rea O'Kelly and constructed between 1961 and 1965, Liberty Hall was formerly the tallest storeyed building in Ireland, standing tall at at 59.4 metres, (195 feet) high.

Dublin City Council had planned to demolish the present structure and build a 22-storey replacement, but thankfully planning permission was overturned by An Bord Pleanála which ruled unanimously that such a proposed building would be "unacceptably dominant in the city”. 

Although many would disagree with us we have to admit that Liberty Hall is possibly our favourite building in Dublin. We believe that Dublin would certainly be a lesser place without Liberty Hall.

Our ‘Liberty Hall’ print is part of our  “Dublin Landmark” series, a bold and contemporary collection of open edition prints inspired by Ireland’s heritage, culture and architecture.

Our fine art archival prints are printed on recycled archival paper using archival inks and are guaranteed to retain their vivid colour and striking aesthetic for a lifetime. Designed and printed in our Dublin studio, each print is hand signed to guarantee authenticity. Available in two sizes A4 (210mm x 297mm) and A3 (297mm x 420m).

We care deeply about the environment and use only recycled paper and card made from wood free ECF (Elemental Chlorine Free) pulp. All our prints are packaged in clear protective sleeves made from corn starch and are 100% biodegradable.

To keep your print as safe as possible, A4 prints are packaged flat in a print sleeve with a backing board and shipped in a padded envelope. A3 prints are shipped inside a kraft tube for extra protection. Upon arrival, we would recommend you take your print out of the tube as soon as possible and give it pride of place on your wall.

Collection option available. Simply enter promo code COLLECT at checkout. 

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Definitely not the most popular building in Dublin, Liberty Hall is without a doubt, the most unique structure on the Dublin skyline. Designed by architect Desmond Rea O'Kelly and constructed between 1961 and 1965, Liberty Hall was formerly the tallest storeyed building in Ireland, standing tall at at 59.4 metres, (195 feet) high.

Dublin City Council had planned to demolish the present structure and build a 22-storey replacement, but thankfully planning permission was overturned by An Bord Pleanála which ruled unanimously that such a proposed building would be "unacceptably dominant in the city”. 

Although many would disagree with us we have to admit that Liberty Hall is possibly our favourite building in Dublin. We believe that Dublin would certainly be a lesser place without Liberty Hall.

Our ‘Liberty Hall’ print is part of our  “Dublin Landmark” series, a bold and contemporary collection of open edition prints inspired by Ireland’s heritage, culture and architecture.

Our fine art archival prints are printed on recycled archival paper using archival inks and are guaranteed to retain their vivid colour and striking aesthetic for a lifetime. Designed and printed in our Dublin studio, each print is hand signed to guarantee authenticity. Available in two sizes A4 (210mm x 297mm) and A3 (297mm x 420m).

We care deeply about the environment and use only recycled paper and card made from wood free ECF (Elemental Chlorine Free) pulp. All our prints are packaged in clear protective sleeves made from corn starch and are 100% biodegradable.

To keep your print as safe as possible, A4 prints are packaged flat in a print sleeve with a backing board and shipped in a padded envelope. A3 prints are shipped inside a kraft tube for extra protection. Upon arrival, we would recommend you take your print out of the tube as soon as possible and give it pride of place on your wall.

Collection option available. Simply enter promo code COLLECT at checkout.