Glasgow Building Photos 2022, Strathclyde Building Images, Scotland, Architectural Pictures

Glasgow Architectural Photos in 2022

Western Scotland Building Photography, all copyrighted

5 April 2022
137-141 Broomhill Drive
A Category B Listed (Listing Date: 1989) Building in Broomhill, north west of the city:

137-141 Broomhill Drive Glasgow properties

Designed by architect WM Whyte around 1905, this fascinating four-storey basement and attic tenement is in the Scots Baronial style.

2 April 2022

Kelvingrove Museum view of the southern facade:
Kelvingrove Museum Glasgow Building

6 March 2022

Paisley Buildings – photos © Adrian Welch

Paisley Town Hall, designed by architect William Henry Lynn, is being converted into a centre for performing arts. It is a Category A listed building:
Paisley Town Hall Glasgow building

Paisley Town Hall building Glasgow

Paisley Abbey is a parish church of the Church of Scotland on the east bank of the White Cart Water:
Paisley Abbey is a parish church

Paisley Abbey is a parish church

Paisley Abbey is a parish church

Paisley Abbey is a parish church

Paisley Buildings

The Luma Tower, a residential building and former factory in the Greater Govan area. One of the best preserved examples of Art Deco architecture in the city, protected as a category B listed building since 1988:
Luma Tower building Govan Glasgow

Luma Tower building Govan Glasgow

Luma Tower building Govan Glasgow

Luma Tower building Govan Glasgow

Luma Tower building Govan Glasgow

5 March 2022

Glasgow Gaelic School, a primary and secondary school, 147 Berkeley St, Finnieston:
Glasgow Gaelic School, Finnieston brick facade

25 Jan 2022

New Glasgow University Buildings

Completed building on the north side of University Avenue:
New Glasgow University building University Avenue

New Glasgow University building on University Avenue

New buildings on the East side of Byres Road, south of University Avenue:
New Glasgow University buildings on Byres Road

Photos © Isabelle Lomholt

12 Jan 2022

Gilbert Scott Building, Glasgow University
Dates built: 1879; tower – 1887
Architect: Sir George Gilbert Scott ; completed by John Oldrid Scott

Gilbert Scott Building Glasgow University
photograph © Adrian Welch

6 Jan 2022

A few new pictures taken around town on a sunny day, Wednesday 5 January:

Photos below © Isabelle Lomholt

New Glasgow Architecture Photos

Lion Chambers, Hope Street, Glasgow G2 2TU
Dates built: 1904–1907
Architect: James Salmon Jnr (Salmon, Son & Gillespie)
Built for: William George Black

Lion Chambers Glasgow, Hope Street building

The Lion Chambers is a building in the heart of Glasgow which began construction in 1904 and was completed in 1907. It was designated as a Category A listed building in 1966.

Lion Chambers, Hope Street, Glasgow

It was made using a somewhat experimental method of construction called the Hennebique System, which involves a reinforced concrete as its main building material. The Hennebique system was first used in 1894 in Wiggen, Switzerland and the Lion Chambers was the second building in Scotland to adopt this system, and one of the first buildings in the UK.

Art Deco building on the corner of Bath Street and Hope Street:

Art Deco building Glasgow Hope Street

All photos below © Adrian Welch

Glasgow Building Photos 2022

Cineworld Glasgow Renfrew Street – reputedly the tallest cinema in the world:

Viewed from the south west:

Cineworld Glasgow Renfrew Street cinema

Viewed from the west:

Cineworld Glasgow Renfrew Street building

Marks Hotel on 110 Bath Street with its sawtooth facade and deep roof overhang:

Viewed from the south west:

Marks Hotel on 110 Bath Street

Viewed from the south east:

Marks Hotel on 110 Bath Street Glasgow

Glasgow School of Art still under scaffolding:

Viewed from the south west:

Glasgow School of Art still under scaffolding

Glasgow School of Art ruin scaffolding

Viewed from the south east:

Glasgow School of Art scaffolding

Blythswood Square Hotel, on the East side of the square:

Blythswood Square Hotel Glasgow

Blythswood Square

Blythswood Square Rennie Mackintosh door, on the north side:

Blythswood Square Rennie Mackintosh door Glasgow

citizenM Glasgow Hotel:

citizenM Glasgow Hotel

citizenM Glasgow Hotel

Renfield Street building

Former Art Deco cinema occupying half a city centre block bounded by Renfield Street, West Regent Street, West Nile Street and West Regent Lane:

view from the north west:

Glasgow Renfield St building

view from the west:

Glasgow Renfield Street building

Paramount Building

Charing Cross M8 motorway landscape looking North towards Maryhill Road:

Glasgow M8 motorway Charing Cross landscape

Charing Cross buildings, looking South towards Sauchiehall Street:

Glasgow Charing Cross buildings

Glasgow City Central Jobcentre – rather sterile public realm and offices:

Glasgow City Central Jobcentre

Tara House, Bath Street, with slender facade columns, reminiscent of Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson’s style, in a rich honey-coloured sandstone:

Tara House Glasgow Bath Street building

Trinity House, 31 Lynedoch St, Glasgow G3 6EF

Trinity House 31 Lynedoch St Glasgow

Built during the 1850s, designed by Architect Charles Wilson, Trinity House was once a training college for Scotland’s Ministers. This stunning landmark building represents the power and influence once possessed by the Free Kirk:

West Campbell Street building awaits redevelopment – see the billboard:

West Campbell Street Glasgow building

Marks Hotel, 110 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 2EN, by gm+ad architects:

Viewed from the west:

Marks Hotel, 110 Bath Street, Glasgow

Marks Hotel

Marks Hotel Glasgow, 110 Bath Street building

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