The Phoenix Park and Sandymount Strand are two geographical contemporaries in Dublin City. They act as two polar landscapes; environmental conductors that are linked through topography, boundary, scale, form, use and nature. The River bounds and binds them.
A longer text is published in AAI Building Material, Issue 13, ‘Landscape’, Spring 2005
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