John McAslan and Partners win planning for renewal of The Burrell Collection. The museum building is to close for three years as it undergoes a £66m revamp. The A-listed building needs a new roof, new glazing and a major internal refit, including opening up of its basement into a new floor.
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Tour an iconic Inner Hebrides island home: ingenious ideas and an intimate understanding of the Hebridean island landscape influenced the design of this beautiful Scottish house.
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Top architects competing to transform Perth City Hall into cultural attraction: Austin Smith Lord, Hoskins Architects, LDN, Mecanoo and Richard Murphy Architects.
The Glasgow School of Art unveils a week of events giving the public the opportunity to learn more about the wide-ranging research undertaken at the internationally renowned art school.
Glasgow has a wealth of architectural interest from Rennie Mackintosh’s School of Art building (The Mac, partly under restoration after the fire) to Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson’s buildings. More recently buildings by Zaha Hadid, David Chipperfield, Foster + Partners, Page\Park and Elder & Cannon have brought interest to the city.
Glasgow Architects Offices - well-established Listing for Strathclyde architecture practices and design studios in the West of Scotland area, online since 2002.
Network Rail have been granted permission to proceed with a major facelift of Queen Street Station by BDP architects. Scotland’s third busiest station, with 20m passengers a year, needs to expand to meet predicted growth to 28m passengers by 2030.
Design: Reiach and Hall Architects and Michael Laird Architects The 700,000 sqft development will comprise two new buildings constructed on college land at Cathedral Street in Glasgow city centre and at Thistle Street on the banks of the River Clyde.