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Evolution Glasgow : Oswald Street Building

New spec office building, for Buccleuch Property, Scotland

post updated 25 January 2022

Evolution Building Glasgow

Evolution Glasgow offices
picture from the architect firm

Evolution Glasgow

Planning submission by Buccleuch Property to transform Intercity House in Oswald Street into 71,000 sqft of office & retail space in a £25m nine-storey development approved by Glasgow City Council.

Work to begin Jan 2008 on Evolution, the largest speculative office development scheduled to start in Glasgow next year.

Evolution Glasgow development
picture from architect practice

Buccleuch Property

With offices in Edinburgh and London, Buccleuch Property has a market exposure of circa £250m through a UK-wide investment portfolio, a range of development sites with a pipeline in excess of 3.5 million sq ft and a strategic land portfolio with over 12,000 consented residential units.

Buccleuch is also a partner in a number of strategic joint ventures including Native Land, a specialist residential and mixed use developer based in Prime Central London and Queensberry Properties which develops high quality residential housing in the Central Belt and Borders of Scotland.
source: https://www.buccleuchproperty.com/about-buccleuch-property

Glasgow Architecture

Major Strathclyde Building Designs – selection:

Glasgow Offices

Glasgow Transport Museum
Museum of Transport Glasgow
photograph : Alan McAteer

Glasgow Harbour
Glasgow Harbour
photo © Adrian Welch

Celtic Park

House for an Art Lover

Holiday Inn Pacific Quay Hotel
Architects: Mosaic Architecture + Design
Holiday Inn Pacific Quay Hotel Glasgow
image courtesy of architects
Holiday Inn Pacific Quay Hotel
Mosaic Architecture + Design, one of Scotland’s most experienced practices, has secured Glasgow City Council planning approval to build an £18m Holiday Inn Pacific Quay hotel on the site of the former Glasgow Garden Festival.

Kelvingrove Gallery Building
Kelvingrove Gallery Glasgow museum
photo © Adrian Welch
Kelvingrove Art Gallery
The layout of the galleries configured symmetrically around the East and West Courts and the Central Hall could not be simpler. However, during the last 100 years there have been a myriad of changes that have, to a greater or lesser extent, put demands on a building that it was not originally designed to accommodate.

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