1986 – General Accident Building, Donegall Square South, Belfast

Architect: Robinson McIlwaine

Large office building constructed for General Accident Assurance in the mid early 1980s. The facade has four tall red columns interspaced with flat panels of Portland stone. The stone work is deeply punctured by windows to a plane of dark tinted glass. Plans have been submitted for a 116,000sq ft grade A office block on the site.

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