© Mahoney Architecture 2011

The Trees on the Quays project proposes to radically transform the shell of the abandoned Anglo Irish Bank Head Quarters into an innovative Public Park and Urban Space. This  new world class Public Amenity will serve as a National Vision and for the creation of a sustainable future where the Green and Technology Sectors exist in harmony.  

The completion of the project will coincide with the Centenary of the Irish Republic.

Central to the project will be a Vertical Park where nature, rather than commerce, will re-colonise the abandoned concrete structure creating a new landmark on the Liffey Quays.

This Centenary project will stand as a constant reminder of the responsibilities we all carry as Custodians of the land we inhabit – that the legacy of our decision making, actions and governance must be one focused on sustainable principles that ensure the well being of future generations. 

Click here to see a brief outline of our ideas.

© Mahoney Architecture 2011