• The International Wall

    Since the onset of the Troubles in 1971, Nationalist and Loyalist communities throughout Northern Ireland have been divided by Peace Walls. These large stone and steel constructions were designed to protect neighbourhoods from sporadic attacks and retain a sense of peace and protection.  

  • Rise by Wolfgang Buttress

    This is the winning design from an international competition heralding a new dawn for Belfast. Standing at 37.5 metres tall, a geodesic sphere is suspended within a larger 30 metre diametre sphere by discreet, pretensioned, galvanised wires. The sculpture can be seen in the round from any angle; it welcomes Read more [...]

  • Kit by Tony Stallard

    2009/Belfast, Northern Ireland Bronze, Steel & LED Light/14m x 4m Major sculpture for the Titanic Quarter Regeneration Project Housing and Office Development Scheme A work celebrating the building of the Titanic at Belfast. The sculpture is a playful reference to kit forms and toy structures but is also an attempt Read more [...]