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26   /   05   /   2018

CQ Architects where approached by Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design to collaborated on a project that aimed to improved the health and wellbeing of the people of Derry-Londonderry through cultural activity on the banks and bridges of the River Foyle.

Over the bank holiday weekend and the last week of May, Our Future Foyle hosted a series of pop-up interactive art installations along the Peace Bridge in the city designed by architectural students from Queens University Belfast. The installations prompted engagement from the public through tactile, visual and aural stimulus - with sounds played from the the likes of Ulster Orchestra, Cornerstone Church and local band Foreign Owl alongside recordings of some of the shirt factory ladies sharing tales of the city.

As part of the project team CQ Architects where responsible for making the student concepts a reality. 

Credit: Ali and Laura Photograpy

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