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Wave Wall
Wave Wall
Wave Wall

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'Wave Wall' was designed by David F. Wilson, who was inspired by a drystone wall he had seen in Turkey. He worked with Balmerino-based stonemason William Mills to construct the work, which contains several small stone carvings. David also designed the metal railings to the rear of the wall, which extend northwards along the side of Meadowside St Paul’s Church. The landscape architect for the project was Brian Snell.



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Acquisition method

commissioned by Dundee Public Art Programme on behalf of Dundee District Council and the Scottish Development Agency

Work type

Street furniture


Dundee District Council


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Located at

West Marketgait, City of Dundee


Set outside outside Meadowside St Paul's Church.