Friary Court Glasgow, Crown Street Housing, New Gorbals Property Photos, Homes

Crown Street Housing : Friary Court Glasgow

The New Gorbals Properties: Residential Buildings design by Page Park Architects

post updated 6 Mar 2021

Friary Court

Friary Court, Glasgow : Scottish Design Awards 2007 – Residential Shortlist
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Design: Page/Park Architects

Friary Court Glasgow, Crown Street housing in the Gorbals

Location: southeast part of Crown Street Housing, Gorbals, south of Glasgow city centre

Friary Court images © Keith Hunter from Page/Park Aug 2006

Crown Street Building News Friary Court Friary Court Glasgow

Adjacent to Friary Court: ‘CZWG Housing’ – vibrantly-coloured home designs by the London architecture practice led by Piers Gough, that made a name for itself with PostModern architectural designs in the 1980s and 1990s.

Crown Street
Glasgow housing – image © Adrian Welch

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Glasgow Housing

Friary Court : adjacent building designed by Page/Park Architects, located just to the south:
Crown Street CZWG Housing
Glasgow housing – image © Adrian Welch
Cost: £4m appoximate building construction cost
Dates built: 2003-06
Programme scope: 71 units

New Gorbals Housing Association
Outline plans submitted by Page and Park Architects for a £4.2m development of 94 flats and 2 shops.
April 2005

Glasgow Architecture

Major Glasgow Housing – contemporary residential property selection:

Friary Court context – Crown Street Housing
Crown Street Buildings
picture from architect studio
Crown Street Gorbals

Cart Street housing
Cart Street Housing
photo © Keith Hunter
Cart Street housing

Red Road Flats Demolition
Red Road Flats Glasgow
photo © Tom Manley
Red Road flats – controversial Glaswegian towerblocks demolition ahead of the Commonwealth Games arriving in the city.

Sighthill Regeneration – Transformational Regeneration Area
Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA)
image courtesy of architects
Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA)
Glasgow City Council has signed an agreement with Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) and Keepmoat Homes to deliver more than 800 new homes at the Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) in the city. Keepmoat will work with independent consultancy LDA Design to bring forward the new development.

Argyle Street Housing
1073 Argyle Street
photo : Keith Hunter
Argyle Street Housing

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