Projects

  • Victoria Square Victoria Square Victoria Square bases itself on an open street model more prevalent in mainland European cities: it is an urban grain streetscape, not a mall. Every facet of the footprint connects with the city, establishing new relationships between previously disjointed areas of the public realm. The architecture successfully integrates itself with the surrounding streets using ...
  • Student Project Neil McIntosh Edinburgh College of Art Neil McIntosh, Edinburgh College of Art – Final Year Project Portrush Redevelopment of the western peninsula of Portrush, with a new aquarium, hotel, train station and marina. The new aquarium will provide a major attraction with emphasis on providing wet weather entertainment. A fresh water lake around the aquarium will provide an important habitat for local ...
  • Lower Chichester Street Lower Chichester Street in Belfast City Centre runs in front of the Royal Courts of Justice and alongside the recently constructed Laganside Magistrates Court and the Bar Library. The street was closed to traffic as a security measure in the 1980’s, but remained open to pedestrian access and court traffic. Lower Chichester Street forms part of ...
  • Newcastle Promenade Scott Wilson was commissioned to prepare a scheme to help reinstate Newcastle as Northern Ireland’s premier seaside resort. Newcastle now has a modern, exciting and cohesive appearance whilst reflecting the natural heritage of the area. The design, which includes new lighting and seating, mirrors the natural surroundings of the mountains and waves, allowing direct access ...
  • Omagh Town Centre Scott Wilson was commissioned to regenerate Omagh Town Centre streetscape, including traffic management and pedestrian priority areas with a new lighting vision to create a dynamic, attractive venue at night. The plan culminates in a major civic space outside the Court House. The design creates a contemporary European flavour to the town, whilst recognising and ...
  • Giant’s Causeway Centre Landscape Architecture: A Fluid Boundary The visitors’ centre at the Giant’s Causeway is experienced as an event along the route to the Causeway and the coastline. It is an intervention into this landscape, carefully sculpted to facilitate movement whilst acknowledging the continuity of the landscape. The Giant’s Causeway is a remarkable formation along a remarkable coastline, ...
  • Bangor Walled Garden The Walled Garden in Castle Park Bangor dates from around 1840 and was built to serve the needs of the Ward Estate. Since its acquisition by the Council in the 1950’s, the garden has been closed to the public. The garden is being reconstructed in a Victorian style. It is divided into quarters with the themes ...
  • Connswater Community Greenway Connswater Community Greenway The Connswater River and its tributaries flow through East Belfast, connecting the Castlereagh Hills with Belfast Lough. However, this forgotten and polluted watercourse largely passes unnoticed, contributing little to the lives of people who live there.The Paul Hogarth Company was commissioned by East Belfast Partnership to design a community greenway along the length ...