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In pictures: Eric Kuhne and Todd's Belfast Titanic visitor centre takes shape


Eric Kuhne & Associates and Todd Architects’ Titanic visitor centre in Belfast has reached a major milestone after its aluminium cladding was lifted into place

The £100 million tourist attraction is expected to be completed in 2012 in time for the centenary of the Titanic voyage.

A series of images taken by photographer Donal McCann have also been released which show the building taking shape.

The aluminium cladding was designed and manufactured by architectural facade specialist Spanwall.



Readers' comments (2)

  • As far as I am aware this was conceived by Eric Kuhne architects (Civic Arts) and is being delivered in collaboration with Todd Architects.

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  • more akin to the iceberg!

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