Cosmoform investigates the links between the work of renowned Irish architect Liam McCormick and his Swiss contemporary Justus Dahinden using Glasnevin’s Met Éireann offices and Zurich’s Ferro-haus as key examples. Dublin’s Met Éireann office has historically been considered somewhat of an anomaly in McCormick’s architectural style; however, this essay by Cormac Murray demonstrates that it is part of a wider European tradition of progressive 20th century architectural design and critical theory explored by Dahinden and his contemporaries. This 8pp booklet folds out to an A2 size poster. Illustration by Julien Gobled.
Folded to 105mm x 297mm, 8pp Booklet
Printed on 130gsm Standard Gloss