The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 9 (1931) > Issues > Issue 12 > Ulster Parliament Buildings at Stormont, Belfast
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Ulster Parliament Buildings at Stormont, Belfast

THE new Parliament Buildings, now nearing completion, in Northern Ireland, of which the architect is Mr. Arnold Thornely, F.R.I.B.A., of Liverpool, have been constructed under the architect's supervision, for H.M. Office of Works, for the occupation of the Government of Northern Ireland. W.J. Stewart

Author(s): Stewart, W J