Dunshaughlin Civic Offices
Grafton Architects, Irlande, 2001
Le dallage en pierre part de la route et conduit, presque comme une invitation, à l'entrée de l'édifice. Les auteurs du projet expliquent: "Precedents exist not only in this territory but also in the tradition of many small-scale but very beautiful civic structures in Irish towns, like courthouses, libraries and small churches that manage to assert a civic presence as the product not of size but of poise, grace and dignity. The Dunshaughlin project seeks to be part of this family of civic buildings."