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Beech acoustic wall panelling to main stairway

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Beech acoustic wall panelling

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Interior view of CS Lewis room

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Curved glass detail in CS Lewis room

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Hand carved panel images

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Hand carved wardrobe door replica

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The new Sir Anthony O’Reilly library at Queen’s University, Belfast, is a 17600m2 state of the art library building which has been designed and built to incorporate all of the university’s library services under one roof.

The library features a multi storey open atrium and a stunning reading room, designed as a tribute to the late CS Lewis (a former Queen’s graduate). Both these bespoke segments of the works were awarded to Mastercraft Construction by principal contractors O’Hare and McGovern.

The design for the atrium included a specialised acoustic timber panelled wall which Mastercraft sourced and fitted utilising their skills as a specialised joinery sub-contractor.

Mastercraft also managed the entire CS Lewis room project. This themed room incorporated a replica of the wardrobe from the film “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” based on Lewis’ famous novel. High level bespoke curved glass with printed artwork and graphics complete this unique room.

 

 
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