Pulling together interior selections and concepts for our client’s new apartment in Obel Tower-Belfast, Ireland! The apartment in the 27-story building is finished to the highest specifications and provides fabulous panoramic views of Greater Belfast and Belfast Lough. Boasting slick, sophisticated interiors which exude luxe and character, the Obel residence is a showcase of modern convenience and style set to become a landmark of city centre living for young professionals.
J. Banks Designer Sharon Cleland worked to pull selections and inspirations that adhere to the building’s high standards and luxury.
About Obel Tower:
It represents the pinnacle of city centre living and the ideal home for all young professionals. The vibrant Cathedral Quarter, with a wide range of high-calibre restaurants and bars, is adjacent, with popular concert venue Custom House Square also in close proximity. With award-winning restaurants such as Ox and Tedfords nearby, the area has established itself as the gastronomic heart of the city.
Comprising one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, and duplex and penthouse suites, the Obel tower spaces were refurbished to surpass the expectations of even discerning owners.
Spaces that have views of the Belfast Lough, an inlet of the North Channel that connects the Irish Sea with the Atlantic, have spectacular vistas beyond the windows. The inner part of the lough comprises a series of mudflats and lagoons. The outer lough is restricted to mainly rocky shores with some small sandy bays. The outer boundary of the lough is a line joining Orlock Point and Blackhead.
Its sheltered harbor facilitated the growth of Belfast as a city and port, and its shores were sites of early settlements, including those at Whiteabbey, Carrickfergus, and Bangor so there is ample history lurking in the waters. To the north is the elevated basaltic Antrim Mountains, and to the south are the older Ordovician and Silurian rocks.