Fashion: The House at No 43

Step into The Design House and enter a world of creativity where craftspeople design, make and sell their wares, writes Justine Delaney Wilson.

21st September, 2014
Throughout its 300-year history, The Design House has been home to those of an artistic bent. Drapers, tailors and jewellers once called the space home.

During its 300 years in existence, No 43 Dawson Street in Dublin has been home variously to tailors, drapers, milliners and jewellers. Originally built in 1713, the historical building looks out at the Mansion House to its right and St Anne’s Church to its left. But just over a year ago, No 43 opened its Georgian door to a new incarnation: The Design House.

As the design collective nears its first birthday, it seems fitting to delve...

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