Central Bank of Ireland

December 19, 2019

Central Bank of Ireland - Nua Photography

The Central Bank in Dublin Ireland moved to the Dockland campus on the North Wall Quay in 2017. Described as “Oustanding” and having a BREEAM environmental rating The Central Bank is the first BER A2 energy rated commercial development in Ireland, what a great direction, our new city buildings are taking.

This is a Henry J Lyons building, with outer anodized aluminium triangular mustard coloured mesh panels makes a striking statement .  The Central bank moved from south of the River Liffey to the Northside, an unusual move! While 2019 is seeing huge development along the North wall Quay hopefully the new neighbouring properties will bring as much innovation. Nua photographers are building our Dublin City collection of images . Our photographs of the Central bank are for sale. Dublin Photographs




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