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Ringsend Library was one of four public libraries built during the 1930's by Dublin Corporation in the suburbs of Dublin. The simple building has Art Deco styling around the doors and simple modern window treatments.
The library was designed by Robert S. Lawrie, who was a Scottish architect in the firm of Dublin city Architects Horace O’Rourke during the 1930s. He later returned to Scotland to take up the appointment of County Architect for Fife.