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12 photos showing run-down Dublin buildings in a brand new light

From a derelict pub in The Liberties to an abandoned arcade off O’Connell St.

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YOU’LL FIND PLENTY of architectural gems on Peter Staniszewki’s Instagram page Corners of Dublin - but most of them are buildings Dublin residents stroll by each day without a second glance.

Staniszewski began his project in January 2017, taking photos of buildings around Dublin, and editing them to remove all of the surrounding infrastructure. Each shot is then framed against a black backdrop, putting the building itself to the fore.

To date, Staniszewski has featured everything from abandoned markets to derelict arcades to beloved historical sites such as Bolands Flour Mills (one of the occupied buildings during the 1916 Rising).

You’ll also find contemporary haunts such as The Tara Building, which holds exhibitions and rooftop yoga classes daily.

Here’s a collection of twelve landmarks featured, so far, on Corners of Dublin…

1. Columbia Mills’ pastel hues

#dublin #city #ireland #columbia #mills #grand #canal #dock #minimal #black

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2. Street art beside The Cobblestone Pub

3. The former Medical Mission on Inns Quay

4. An eighteenth-century medical practice on Parliament St

5. Mother Redcaps Tavern

6. This semi-detached house in The Coombe

#dublin #ireland #the #coombe #dublin8 #liberties #residential #house #two

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7. An old shop front in Stoneybatter

8. Barney’s Amusements off O’Connell Street

9. The monochromeexterior of Paul’s Barber Shop

10. Carman’s Hall, a former national school

11. This cafe on Dorset St

#dublin #ireland #upper #dorset #street #cafe #bar #yellow #black #space #minimal

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12. Boland’s Flour Mills on Grand Canal Dock

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