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Bull Island Print - Ladies Bathing Shelter

from 30.00
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Bull Island Print - Ladies Bathing Shelter

from 30.00

The Bull Island Bathing Shelters were designed in 1934 by architectural icon Herbert Simms. Simms was responsible for the construction of 17,000 dwellings during his time as a pioneering Housing Architect working for Dublin Corporation. He also managed to find the time to design a series of structures along the Bull Wall promenade / Clontarf area including the modernist and iconic Bull Island Bathing Shelters.

The elegance of these structures can be attributed to the proportionality and simplicity of the design. The shelters provide sanctuary for swimmers to change in privacy and, over 80 years on, these generous public amenities are still in use today, just as their architect intended.

This open edition print is a museum quality reproduction of an original JANDO screen print. Designed and printed in-house on fine art archival paper using pigment based inks, this piece is guaranteed to retain its vivid colour and striking aesthetic for a lifetime.

Available in framed and unframed formats. Each print is hand signed to guarantee authenticity.  Sizes Available: A3 (297mm x 420m) | A2 (420mm x 594mm) | A1 (594mm x 841mm).

Continuing our work towards a more sustainable future, all JANDO frames are sourced locally and are made from 100% ash using wood sourced from sustainably managed forests. All JANDO prints are packaged in clear protective sleeves made from corn starch and are 100% biodegradable.

To keep your print as safe as possible, A3, A2 and A1  prints are shipped inside a kraft tube for extra protection. Upon arrival we would recommend you take your print out of the tube as soon as possible and give it pride of place on your wall.

Collection option available. Simply enter promo code COLLECT at checkout.

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The Bull Island Bathing Shelters were designed in 1934 by architectural icon Herbert Simms. Simms was responsible for the construction of 17,000 dwellings during his time as a pioneering Housing Architect working for Dublin Corporation. He also managed to find the time to design a series of structures along the Bull Wall promenade / Clontarf area including the modernist and iconic Bull Island Bathing Shelters.

The elegance of these structures can be attributed to the proportionality and simplicity of the design. The shelters provide sanctuary for swimmers to change in privacy and, over 80 years on, these generous public amenities are still in use today, just as their architect intended.

This open edition print is a museum quality reproduction of an original JANDO screen print. Designed and printed in-house on fine art archival paper using pigment based inks, this piece is guaranteed to retain its vivid colour and striking aesthetic for a lifetime.

Available in framed and unframed formats. Each print is hand signed to guarantee authenticity.  Sizes Available: A3 (297mm x 420m) | A2 (420mm x 594mm) | A1 (594mm x 841mm).

Continuing our work towards a more sustainable future, all JANDO frames are sourced locally and are made from 100% ash using wood sourced from sustainably managed forests. All JANDO prints are packaged in clear protective sleeves made from corn starch and are 100% biodegradable.

To keep your print as safe as possible, A3, A2 and A1  prints are shipped inside a kraft tube for extra protection. Upon arrival we would recommend you take your print out of the tube as soon as possible and give it pride of place on your wall.

Collection option available. Simply enter promo code COLLECT at checkout.