The new owners are keen to restore the building to its original use, as a dwelling. The attached plans illustrate what is being proposed and it is apparent that the aim is to have a minimal impact on the existing layout and distribution of rooms.
The City of Glasgow is encouraged not to compromise the A-listing of Craigie Hall and are urged to refuse this Application.
Collective Architecture has recently completed a housing development for Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association, located within the Anderston area within Glasgow’s City Centre. The building comprises 44 three, four and five person flats, 5 six person townhouses, and a commercial unit.
Thanks to major support announced by the Heritage Lottery Fund, one of Scotland’s oldest and best-loved theatres is a step closer to realising plans for its most comprehensive redevelopment in its 135-year history, securing its future and its place as one of the country’s outstanding producing theatres.
A seminar jointly promoted by The Dundee Institute of Architects and the RIAS, exploring the Scottish, UK and international standing of this unique and threatened Edwardian building. Chaired by Neil Baxter, speakers are Gavin Stamp Hon FRIAS, Vivian Linacre and James Simpson FRIAS.
A sprinkler system was just weeks away from being installed….
The school’s iconic library had been ruined in the fire, which started in the basement of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh building but made its way up to the roof. It damaged the west side of the GSA building, dating from 1909.
“astonishingly intelligent and professional strategy by the fire services…forming a human wall of fire-fighters up the west end of the main staircase and containing the fire.”
The interior architecture team from leading practice Keppie has been instructed by Brodies LLP to fit out its new offices in Glasgow and Aberdeen. Both projects were secured following a competitive tender and presentation to the Brodies team.
Barry Pringle states, “MP Peter Wishart…is as determined as ever to have the Perth City Hall destroyed. It really makes one wonder why despite so much utter condemnation for the outrageous proposal to demolish the building, he has shown nothing but a farcical pig-headedness.”
Photos from today of the new-look entrance to Celtic Park, weeks after the London Road Primary School was demolished. It represents another important step in the Celtic 2014 project, which will see the football club embrace a number of high-profile events scheduled to take place throughout Glasgow and Scotland during this year.
The Scottish Crime Campus is a unique £75m Scottish Government-funded, state-of-the-art facility providing 12,600 sqm net of high quality office accommodation, forensic laboratories and support facilities over four storeys with an additional level of plant.