4-5 Harcourt Road is a proposal to deliver Grade A, sustainable commercial offices with a strong identity and presence on Harcourt Road that will enhance the public realm. The proposal involves the demolition of the existing building and the construction of a new 7 storey office building which reinforces the established building line on Harcourt Road, while creating a strong identity that will form a landmark on the street.
The public realm on Harcourt Road will be greatly enhanced by raising the first floor to a height of 6.15M, setting back the entrance to create a generous 5.35M high covered external space. The 6 storey over ground floor office building is slim, elegant and highly glazed. The principle materials are natural anodized aluminium and glass.
The site is located in the middle of a cluster of office and commercial buildings forming a distinct commercial core within the centre of Dublin 2.
The existing building was demolished and is being replaced it with a new commercial office building of high quality architectural design that will deliver Grade A and sustainable commercial offices with a strong identity and presence on Harcourt Road that will enhance the public realm.
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