The Design Tower is a listed building of historic significance located on Grand Canal Quay, in Dublin City Centre and is now home to some of Ireland's exceptionally talented and award winning designers, artists and crafts people.
The Design Tower on Grand Canal Quay, Dublin City was originally a sugar refinery and is a listed building. The restored stone tower is now home to some of Ireland's exceptionally talented and award winning designers, artists and craftspeople and also the Access to Arts applied art gallery. Featuring silver works, ceramics, sculpture, jewellery, fashion and textiles, art gallery, music instruments and works from over 17 different designers, the Design Tower is a treasure trove of arts and crafts.
The Design Tower is situated on the banks of the Grand Canal at Grand Canal Quay, adjacent to Gallery Quay in the docklands and is a 15 minute walk from Grafton Street up Pearse Street. All visitors are welcome.