AT THE CORNER OF BEDFORD PLACE AND BEDFORD ROW
This photograph dates from 1 February 2012 and back ten I used a Sony Nex-5 Mirrorless which was somewhat constraining.
Bedford Row 38KV Sub Station In Temple Bar is located at junction of Bedford Row and Fleet Street.
To the best of my knowledge Inputout is James Earley (b.1981), an Irish artist who lives and works in Dublin, Ireland. His practice is rooted in graffiti, graphic design and his family’s heritage in stained glass. He creates artworks that are timeless in their aesthetic and rich in their conceptual narrative.
The building in my photograph was designed by architect Vincent Kelly for the ESB [Electricity Supply Board] in 1926. It is one of the earliest examples of the International Modern style in Ireland and is one of the few public buildings of this style in the Dublin.
Constructed by McLaughlin & Harvey, it contained an electrical sub- station along with associated office accommodation. I am not sure if there is currently any office staff based in the building.
I will provide more recent photographs later this year (2024) as there is a very impressive mural there at present.