1936 – Leinster Cinema, Dolphins Barn, Dublin

Architect: Robinson & Keefe

Opened late 1936 and was designed to seat 1250 patrons. Opened by the Lord Mayor Alfie Byrne,

1870s – Arnott’s, Henry Street, Dublin

Architect: G.P Beater

Like others of the Dublin department stores of its era, the original Arnott’s started life as a brick faced building that was later extended and stuccoed over to present a consistent facade.

1870s – Benn Hospital, Clifton Street, Belfast

On the corner of Glenravel and Clifton Streets in Belfast, and constructed as a Eye, Ear, and Throat hospital, but known after its benefactors George and Edward Benn.

1957 – McLay Memorial Hall, Henry Place, Belfast

Described in the News Letter on May 2, 1957: “A new £14,000 church hall for the congregation of Clifton Street United Presbyterian Church,

1817 – Belfast Royal Hospital, Frederick Street, Belfast

Architect: David McBlain

The Belfast Fever Hospital and General Dispensary, was originally located in Factory Row, before moving to West Street in 1799,

1934 – Design for Goorwitch’s, Castle Place, Belfast

In 1930s Belfast, Goorwitch’s was one of the leading fashion outlets on Castle Place. Such was the success of the company that soon the business had shops on Royal Avenue and in many provincial towns throughout Northern Ireland.

1916 – Lyceum Cinema, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Architect: Charles Adelian Aickin

Opened on 11 December 1916, and designed to seat 1,200 customers, the Lyceum Cinema closed on 29th April 1966,

1956 – Metro Cinema, Dundonald, Belfast

Built at a cost of £50,000, it was the first post-war cinema in Belfast with a balcony. It was an ill-timed venture.

1935 – Imperial House, Donegall Square, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Architect: Kendrick Edwards

A subtle exercise in a stripped back Classical style with hints of Art Deco and Georgian glazing.

1926 – Osborne Buildings, 374-382 Lisburn Rd., Belfast, Co. Antrim

Architect: Charles Macalister

Gabled, half-timbered-effect block of shops & houses, designed by Charles Macalister for a property developer. Macalister was the son of Alexander Macalister but chiefly involved in housing.