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Clydebank Rebuilt : John Knox Street, Glasgow
Industrial Units, John Knox St – design by gm+ad architects, Glasgow
Clydebank Rebuilt industrial units
Project by gm+ad architects
Completed Sep/Oct 2005
John Knox Street Building
£1.7m industrial units:
gm+ad Clydebank Rebuilt information 16 Nov 2005
Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop Architects have just completed these low cost starter units in Clydebank, Scotland.
The development for Clydebank Rebuilt Ltd is located at John Knox Street, off Glasgow Road. and provides small industrial units suitable for start-up businesses, or existing small businesses to relocated to better premises.
There are three modules, each containing 7 units varying in size from 500 to 2,000 sq feet, with service yard and car parking.
The single storey buildings are steel framed and finished externally with wrap around rainscreen cladding designed to a higher specification than the usual speculative industrial development. This is because of the high profile location and should also attract a better mix of tenants.
Two principal materials have been selected for the cladding, Eternit panels, which are pre-coated and screen printed with a “Singer” stitching pattern, and gold anodised aluminium panels. There are also areas of triple wall polycarbonate glazing with coloured feature lighting behind. At night the buildings glow.
The Singer sewing factory was once a major employer in Clydebank, so the architects have looked to keep a link with the past, in the design of these new units.
Clydebank Rebuilt Photographs: Andrew Lee
For more info contact Alan Dunlop
JKS Workshops : RIBA Awards 2006
Clydebank Shopping Centre : canopy competition
Clydebank Queens Quay : Enterprise pavilion
photo © Keith Hunter
Glaswegian Builidngs by Gordon Murray & Alan Dunlop Architects
photo : Andrew Lee
photo : Andrew Lee
Glasgow Central Station Refurbishment
Clydebank Rebuilt : info re John Knox Street from gm+ad architects
JKS Workshops : Scottish Design Awards 2006 – Best Regeneration Project
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