Forgotten Frontier: A Critical Appraisal of the Phibsboro Shopping Centre

Forgotten Frontier: A Critical Appraisal of the Phibsboro Shopping Centre

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The Forgotten Frontier is an architectural zine that critically examines the origins, construction and character of the Phibsboro Shopping Centre. This controversial building has divided opinion since its completion in 1969 and recent plans for its development have initiated similarly heated debate. This zine is an attempt to place the building in its proper context and question its value, both to the people of Phibsboro and to the wider city. The zine contains a 3000 word essay by Cormac Murray, photography by Breffni Hall and an illustration by Robin Fuller.

Phibsboro Press, 2017, 32 pages, Softcover, Edition of 200.

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