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Journal TitleConstruction
Article Title80 at 80 : 1950s and 1960s : Cork County Hall
Editor(s)Foley, Brian
DateAugust / September 2015
Contentphotos, text
Note(s)On its completion in 1968, the 17-storey Cork County Hall stood at 211 feet tall and was the tallest inhabited building in Ireland. It consisted of a single vertical-block design with a distinguishable surface of precast concrete tracery and 47,000 sq. ft. of windows.
Subject(s)municipal buildings ; renovation ; public buildings ; city halls ; high-rise buildings ; construction ; 20th century ; civic centres
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