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Cork Catherdral, by Paul Spooner

26.05.19

A Day at the Architects by Paul Spooner

Cork Catherdral, by Paul Spooner

There are two cathedrals in the city of Cork. The Protestant one was designed in the Gothic Revival style by William Burges, architect of Cardiff Castle and nearby Castel Coch. There are several towns that are named after building materials; Stone in Staffordshire and Boulder, Colorado, for example, but none offer as much fun for the playful mechanic as Cork and its Belgian twin, Liège.

Machines operate on the hour, every hour in our Bury Place windows.

March 2019 – September 2019

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