- University of Glasgow Campus Development Plan
- Kelpie Sculptures opening news
- Glasgow Academy Science Wing building
- University of Glasgow Campus Masterplan
- Construction work has commenced at the Glasgow Fort Shopping Park on the 112,000 sq ft development designed by Cooper Cromar architects.
- Celtic Park Redevelopment
- Glasgow’s Queen Street Station: new visuals + public consultation starts
- Glasgow Architecture Walking Tours
- Reid Building, Glasgow School of Art
New photos of this new Glasgow builidng
Dalmarnock Station has been re-invented to better serve the Commonwealth Games district in 2014 and form part of Clyde Gateway’s ongoing, long term transformation of Glasgow’s east end. A new public entrance and ticket hall lead to 2 new stairways and an enhanced platform experience. The client team include Network Rail, Glasgow City Council, Strathclyde Passenger Transport and Clyde Gateway.
£1.3 m investment on a new dining concept for the City
A-listed Hutchesons’ Hall in the Merchant City is currently undergoing a £1.3million transformation by independent restaurateur James Rusk – owner of successful steakhouse The Butchershop Bar & Grill, as he embarks on bringing a wonderful new dining environment to Glasgow’s Style Mile.
Behind Hutchesons clean white façade lies a long and colourful history.
Architectural practice Keppie has been appointed to design a new medical practice in Yoker, Glasgow, on behalf of Medical Centres Scotland.
The facility, which will house both a GP and dentist service, will be located on a prominent corner site at the junction of Dumbarton Road and Ellerslie Road in Yoker. Construction is just about to commence and is expected to complete by autumn 2014.
Many famous brands are here – Versace Collections (the UK’s first Versace store) and Emporio Armani – as well as a number of European style pavement cafes.
The Italian Centre is designed by Page & Park Architects who are fond of including art in their architecture. Here the Art is integral to the facdes, but also features in the courtyard including a sculpture, ‘Thinking of Bella’ (1994) by Shona Kinloch.
- Civic Trust Special Award
Notre Dame Primary, in Havelock Street, in Glasgow’s west end, has been awarded the Civic Trust’s Special Award for Scotland.
- Owenstown Development News
A date has been set for the application for Planning Permission in Principle for the Owenstown development project in South Lanarkshire.