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MIESIAN PLAZA, Dublin 2015-17


MIESIAN PLAZA, Dublin 2015-17


Miesian Plaza comprises of three five and four storey buildings situated within Georgian Georgian Baggot St.
Originally designed by SCOTT, TALLON & WALKER in the late 60s the the buildings echo Mies Van der Roches' Seagram Building in New York.
Each soild bronze panel was removed, sandblasted and re-patinated at our specially established workshop in Dublin during 2015 & 2016, continuing with on-site restoration works continuing into 2017.
Approximately 3500 panels, 6000mtrs of mullions, 33984mtrs of glazing frame and quantities of sundry items including 4mtr glazing bars, 4mtr column cladding, revolving doors, etc were completed by a team ranging from four to twelve.
The works were patinated to a bespoke patina for the client similar to our patina Cap 2.

In 2019 the owners made the decision to lacquer the entire bronze facade.

Architects - SCOTT, TALLON & WALKER

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