Project Description

Office Development – 35,000sq.m – Miesian Plaza, Baggot Street, Dublin 2

“Widely held to be one of the finest modern office buildings in the city, the Bank of Ireland Head Office (1972-8), Baggot Street, was designed by Ronald Tallon (1927-2014) as an homage to the American office plazas by Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969). Compositionally strong, the U-shaped complex comprises a seven-storey over raised podium block with three- and four-storey over raised podium blocks framing a central plaza. The complex has recently been refurbished and is characterised by a concourse of reinforced concrete piloti colonnades, the now-bronze manganese curtain wall finish, and strops of thinly-framed vertical glazing.” – extract from NIAH for Dublin City South

  • Former Bank of Ireland Head Offices
  • Protected Structure