It is a landmark to Belfast's sea legacy on the site of the previous Harland and Wolff shipyard in the city's Titanic Quarter where the RMS Titanic was constructed.
It recounts the stories of the doomed Titanic, which hit an icy mass and sank amid her first trip in 1912, and her sister ships RMS Olympic and HMHS Britannic.
The building contains more than 12,000 square meters 130,000 sq ft of floor space, a large portion of which is involved by a progression of exhibitions, in addition to private capacity rooms and group offices.
Eric Kuhne and Partners were charged as idea engineers, with Todd Designers named as lead advisors.
The building's outline is planned to mirror Belfast's history of ship making and the mechanical inheritance gave by Harland and Wolff.
Its precise frame reviews the state of boats' fronts, with its fundamental "head" calculated down the center of the Titanic and Olympic slipways towards the Waterway Lagan.