Hardscape supplied European Montemuro fine grain flamed granite for the benches with artscape bronze inlays and lettering. Kellen Breccia and Liscio Tagenta E 50mm x 200mm/400mm x 80mm/100mm (Breccia 200mm with 3mm chamfer) paving; Lavaro Wit 120mm x 1000mm x 250mm flush edgings and Breccia Tagenta E 400mm/200mm x 400mm/200mm x 566mm/285mm x 80mm Triangles.
In 2018 The Voyage project won the Spatial Design – Design for Public Spaces Award at the D&AD Awards.
The Centenary celebrations started with the Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth sailing up the Mersey on Saturday, July 2nd, followed by two ‘Last Night at the Proms’-style concerts and was officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Roz Gladden alongside the Captain of Queen Elizabeth and Inger Klein Olsen (the first ever female captain of a Cunard ship).
The work was commissioned by Amey for Liverpool City Council.
We’re immensely proud to be able to play a small part in the Cunard Building’s history and hope that the Voyage installation will be enjoyed by Liverpudlians and visitors for years to come.