Belfast Metropolitan College
Belfast Metropolitan College is one of the key developments in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, the site of the old shipyard where the famous ship was built.
Landscape architects, the Paul Hogarth Company were responsible for designing and delivering the external campus environment. At the heart of the college is a large courtyard with a water feature. Craftstone bespoke architectural cast stone was chosen for the pool edging for this water feature and a number of complicated angles had to manufactured to accommodate the angular design of the coping.
In 2011 the project was recognised for its design quality and commitment to sustainability, winning the Environmental Project of the Year at the Sustainable Ireland Awards.