More Than Concrete Blocks
More than Concrete Blocks: Dublin City’s twentieth-century buildings was launched with great excitement last week. The book is the culmination of almost five years of work. Most of the new architectural photography was commissioned by Dublin City Council for this project. The book provides an authoritative account of Dublin’s social, cultural and political history. The built history is used as evidence in the account of the century. The book is a brilliant and entertaining guide to the 20th century Dublin. It is a must have for anyone interested in Dublin, Architecture and any type of social History
More than Concrete Blocks: Dublin City’s twentieth-century buildings is a three-volume series of architectural history books which are richly illustrated and written for the general reader. Unpacking the history of Dublin’s architecture during the twentieth century, each book covers a period in chronological sequence: Volume I, 1900–40; Volume II, 1940–73; Volume III, 1973–2000. The series considers the city as a layers and complex place. It makes links between Dublin’s buildings and Dublin’s political, social, cultural and economic histories.