10 Molesworth Street Launched

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A recent commission on behalf of IPUT, in conjunction with design gurus Begley Hutton. The brief – to shoot lifestyle images reflecting the heart of South Dublin city surrounding 10 Molesworth street, the site of the former passport office and soon to be one of Dublin City’s premier buildings.

From the website:

150821_KHAS1_035“Designed to reflect its prestigious environment and the rich heritage of the surrounding area, this prominent building is located on the corner of Molesworth Street and South Frederick Street and comprises of 115,000 sq ft of modern Grade A office space set over seven floors with generous roof terraces and private gardens. Ten Molesworth Street is a thoughtful evolution of the Georgian buildings that surround it; a building that is at home in its historic surrounds, yet completely modern in every way.

Renowned Dublin architects Henry J. Lyons have combined contemporary design with superior craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail to produce a unique building finished to exceptionally high standards. The striking double height entrance is framed in Portland stone and bronze detailing. The elevations are finished in a combination of handmade Coleford brick, Portland stone and full height, floor-to-ceiling windows incorporating finely honed stone fins.

150821_KHAS1_0915,500 sq ft of stone-paved terraces on the fourth and fifth floors provide a unique outdoor amenity with unrivalled views over Leinster House, Government Buildings and the Mansion House. The quality of design and attention to detail is reflected in the elegance of the double height reception. The rich mixture of travertine marble flooring, bronze and Portland stone finishes combine to create a unique space that will inspire. A fitting backdrop to a major installation by the renowned Irish artist, Joseph Walsh.

THE FIRST NEW OFFICE BUILDING IN IRELAND TO TARGET LEED PLATINUM STANDARD WITH BER A3 BUILDING ENERGY RATING

The emphasis on sustainability and energy efficiency in the design of the building, underwritten by LEED accreditation, ensures that building occupiers can minimize both operational costs and environmental impact. This sustainable approach also helps to boost human performance and individual well-being.”

To find out more, visit www.10molesworthstreet.com

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