The Diving Bell, Dublin

by Graepel Perforators Ltd.

The Diving Bell was a refurbishment of a wet bell also known as a diving bell. Although it was a small project, the perforated panels have a dominant presence at Sir Rogerson's Quay, Dublin. The old orange metal bell stood forgotten its refurbishment is now a small attraction celebrating its history, giving an insight into life in this part of town, its name proudly perforated in 47.1m2 stainless steel. Graepels are delighted to have worked on such an important piece of maritime heritage that was key to buildings Dublins quay walls over the 87 years.

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