A Project Team Reveals A Better Home For An Irish Art Institution
It started with a drip—and ended with a splash. A leaking roof at the National Gallery of Ireland in 2011 turned into an opportunity to tackle a series of long-overdue repairs. The extensive construction required to replace the roof was motivation to launch a six-year, €25.6 million renovation project that would transform the 153-year-old building, home to a collection of art dating to the 14th century.
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