A large proportion of the buildings on the Quayside are new builds with very modern designs. For example, these two new housing developemtns feature very contemporary apartments. Group: Longbenton Community College
Flynns bar is an example of a modern bar along the Quayside which has recently been renovated to keep it up to date. It shows the continual changes of Quayside business. Group name: Longbenton Community College.
The Sage music hall.
This represents Newcastle’s international connection with other countries and a symbol of unity. Also, this reminds the modern day people of the purpose of the Quayside back in the day when it was the industrial heart of the city. It … Continue reading
The Baltic Art Gallery used to be a flour mill so having ‘Baltic Flour Mills’ on the side preserves the history. Its renovation was completed in 2002. The kittiwake seagulls show that depsite there always being industries and new brands, … Continue reading
The monument sums up Newcastle, balancing the historical past and the modern day. It shows significant parts which indicates the specialilty of the city. Group: Black Quays
This photo shows some posted notes on a wall in the Blatic. People have wrote their favourite ‘Baltic Moments’ and put them on the wall. It shows us that people actually participate and enjoy the facilities at the Quayside, and … Continue reading
Legal graffiti on the walls near the Sage. People can legally graffiti on these walls without vandalising the area. Wall reads: Youth Music. This is the Co-Musica Legal Wall. Anyone can paint here but must check with staff at the … Continue reading
The council has created a ‘beach’ on the Quayside with sand, palm trees, deck chairs and a volleyball net. This would encourage tourists and locals to come down and spend time at the Quayside and make it more of an … Continue reading
We found this statue on the Newcastle side of the Quayside. It is an example of how the area promotes culture and art. Group: The Quaysiders