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Interior Architecture

Rachel Heaslip
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Rachel Heaslip’s Portrait

Built in the 1830s, Boland’s Mills is an iconic Dublin landmark, located on a corner plot along the water's edge of Grand Canal Dock. It became known as Boland’s Mills when it was bought by Patrick Boland in 1873. The Office of Public Works has been looking for a way to build its market space and is looking for a way to develop a permanent retail space that showcases Dublin creatives. The space is a unique retail space where entrepreneurs, small business owners and producers can rent office/workshop space connected to the provided shop spaces. In this way making can be directly linked to selling. The building will act as a design hub full of many different design fields. For this project, I have been inspired by streets creating indoor street-like circulation and other street-design elements like bridges, rest stops and plaza spaces indoors.

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