Irish Natural Stone

Medical School,
University of Limerick, Ireland

Location: University of Limerick, Ireland

Architects: Grafton Architects

Irish Blue Limestone: Sanded and bush-hammered finish


Irish Blue Limestone was selected as a major feature of the new University of Limerick Medical School. Factors such as exposure to the elements, orientation and human activity were central to the profiling and layering of the stone façade.

Medical School, University of Limerick, Ireland

Lewis Glucksman Gallery
Cork, Ireland

Location: University College Cork, Cork City, Ireland

Architects: O'Donnell & Tuomey Architects

Irish Blue Limestone: Diamond-sawn finish

A gateway between University College Cork and Cork City, O’Donnell & Tuomey Architects envisioned the Lewis Glucksman as both modern art gallery for the city and conservation project for the noble trees that overhang the River Lee.

Lewis Glucksman Gallery

MoreLondon Development
London, UK

Location: Riverside, London, UK

Architects: Foster & Partners | Townshend Landscape Architects

Irish Blue Limestone: Sanded, flamed and split finishes

Situated alongside London’s River Thames, between the historic Tower and London bridges, the MoreLondon Development is a major multi-functional hub for professional, financial and recreational facilities.

MoreLondon Development, London, UK

Irish Hunger Memorial
New York, USA

Location: Battery Park City, Manhattan, New York

Designers: Brian Tolle | 1100 Architects (New York) | Gail Wittwer-Laird

Irish Blue Limestone: Flamed finish

Visionary artist Brian Tolle’s Irish Hunger Memorial offers a contemplative space amid the fever of downtown Manhattan, replicating an Irish cottage setting during the Great Irish Famine of 1845-1852.

Irish Hunger Memorial, New York

Dromoland Castle
Co. Clare, Ireland

Location: Quin, Co. Clare, Ireland

Architect: Victor Leyden

Irish Blue Limestone: Sanded finish

“...built entirely of dark blue limestone…one of the most beautiful and desirable residences in Ireland.” Stone Developments were chosen to create cladding, capping, castellation work and elaborate door surrounds for the new East Wing of the castle, which is now a luxury hotel resort.

Dromoland Castle, Co. Clare