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Book TitleMore than concrete blocks : Dublin city's twentieth-century buildings and their stories : 1900-40
Chapter TitleCase study : Noblett's Corner : Grafton Street : Dublin 2, 1932
Chapter AuthorKelly, Merlo
Book EditorRowley, Ellen
PublisherDublin City Council ; University College Dublin ; Four Courts Press
Contentelevations, photos, plans, sections, text
Note(s)In 1932 an existing three-storey splayed corner building was refurbished in the Art Deco style to form this four-storey structure. Noblett's Corner, also known as Gaiety Corner, was designed with stripped-back travertine shopfront, bronze windows and Modernist turret.
Subject(s)shops ; Art Deco ; urban renewal ; Modernism ; renovation ; 20th century ; shopping ; stonework ; brickwork ; shopfronts ; facades
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  • 52-54 Grafton Street, Dublin, Republic of Ireland