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Homes for the Future Architecture

Phase II Housing in Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland – design by RMJM Architects

Homes for the Future Glasgow

Phase Two for Bellway Homes

Design: RMJM Architects

Status: unbuilt – never went on site

Approx. cost: £12m

Homes for the Future
buildings image from RMJM

Future Homes – New Designs

‘Following the success of Homes for the Future, RMJM have been selected from a developer-led architectural competition, to lead the design for this prominent residential development on Glasgow Green.

The client body comprises representation from the lead developer, the City Council, a social housing group and a residential rental company. The brief demands a high density mixed use urban solution, integrating undercroft parking with public landscaping. One hundred and forty dwellings are proposed, divided between social housing, rental and private sale.

2000 Regeneration Scotland Supreme Award (total Homes for the Future project)’.

Homes for the future
Homes for the Future
photo : Andrew Lee




Buildings in Glasgow by RMJM

Glasgow Harbour
Glasgow Harbour
photo © Adrian Welch
Glasgow Harbour Residential Development for Cala Homes/Park Lane Developments – RMJM were successfully selected in a two-stage competition for this large-scale riverside development in Glasgow. RMJM were appointed to develop around 50% of the first phase residential component of the Glasgow Harbour Masterplan comprising more than 600 apartments.

Commonwealth Village Glasgow
Commonwealth Games Glasgow
picture from architect

Festival Park Apartments Glasgow for Persimmon Homes plc

Clydebank Shopping Centre
Clydebank Shopping Centre Canopy
picture from architect

Falkirk Wheel




Website: Homes for the Future analysis
“To deliver the volume of affordable housing required, the Government and opposition parties need to rethink how this will be funded. The housing market downturn has created a different environment that needs a new approach, with higher levels of public subsidy than at present. In short, we need a new deal for housing.”

Argyle Street Housing
1073 Argyle Street
photo : Keith Hunter

Scottish Housing

Glasgow Harbour by RMJM Architects

Website: Glasgow

Buildings / photos for the Homes for the Future Architecture page welcome

Future Homes Building – page

Website: Homes for the Future – Green Paper published 23 July 2007