Moving Dublin explores the everyday world of movement in Dublin and its vast sprawling suburbs spreading out west from the coastal city. We look at how far the contemporary world of the Dublin commuter has strayed from the civic realm it constituted when Joyce wrote the Wandering Rocks chapter of Ulysses.
"Seamless Neighbourhood" can be viewed as a geographer's and an architect's diary, both an imagined and real road trip of a city, an extended story of a greater and seamless Tel Aviv. The story is told with the aid of copious amounts of photographs, maps, drawings and graphics.
Townley Hall has frequently been described as Francis Johnston’s domestic masterpiece. Johnston (1760-1829) stands as one of Ireland’s greatest architects, responsible for many of its finest landmark building.