Sligo Cathedral, Sligo

Sligo Cathedral, Sligo

Project Details

The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Temple Street in Sligo, Ireland, is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Elphin. Opened for worship in July 1874 it is the only cathedral built in the Norman or Romanesque style in Ireland. The Cathedral is the focal point of Catholic worship in the city of Sligo and Diocese of Elphin.

Location: Temple Street, Sligo, Ireland.

In Romanesque style, consecrated in 1897.


The Sligo Baptistery required bespoke curved formes designed specifically to fit in harmony with the circular room.

ICS solution

  • ICS designed and project-managed the restoration of the baptistery area.

Client: Sligo Cathedral, Sligo


Curved Forms,




Completed Project

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Minister of Armagh Free Presbyterian Church


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