A beautiful synthesis of Neo-Classical and Brutlist architectural styles, the Ulster Museum is one of Belfast's most loved and iconic buildings.
The original building was designed by Architect James Cumming Wynnes of Edinburgh and was completed in 1929. In 1971 a modernist extension was added, designed by Francis Pym of London.
The contrasting styles blend almost seamlessly together forming an imposing façade overlooking the Botanic gardens.
Location: Botanic Gardens, Belfast
Dimensions: 120mm high, 380mm wide, 70mm deep
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