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Gross Max Design, Rottenrow, Glasgow

Public Square, Former Royal Maternity Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland

post updated 12 August 2023

Location: Strathclyde University Campus, Rottenrow

Dates built: 2004-05

Gross Max Landscape Architects, Edinburgh

Rottenrow Gardens – Gross Max design

This inclined site of the former Maternity Hospital on Rottenrow has been turned into public gardens for the University of Strathclyde, the site owners.

Rottenrow Gardens – images:

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Gross.Max landscape images by AW

Materials used are solid and take advantage of the stepped site facing south towards the city centre.

Queen Margaret Hospital landscape by Gross Max design Gross Max design Landscape Architects
images of square by Adrian Welch

Glasgow Landscape Architecture

Glasgow Parks

GLASGOW: * 6,000 Miles @ Lighthouse Glasgow
Gross Max
Block Architecture
Graven Images
Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop Architects
Wiszniewski Thomson Architects
Gross.Max proposed a nuclear iceberg at Torness Point, East Lothian

Gross Max are doing some major projects around the world including completing work on the BMW factory for Zaha Hadid that was tipped for Stirling Prize in 2005

Location: Glasgow, Strathclyde, southwest Scotland, UK

Scottish Landscape Design Projects

Hidden Gardens, Tramway Theatre, Glasgow
by Landscape Architects City Design Co-operative Ltd

Glasgow Tours
picture from architect
Hidden Gardens

Landscape Design Scotland – Edinburgh
by City Design Co-operative with Malcolm Fraser Architects

Landscape Design, Edinburgh
picture from architect

Scottish Landscape Design

Homes for the Future
Homes for the Future
photo : Andrew Lee
Homes for the Future – property wrapped around contemporary garden design

Gross Max Landscape Architects: (Edinburgh) led by Eelco Hooftman

Glasgow Building Designs

Contemporary Glasgow Property Designs – recent architectural selection below:

Artwork by renowned artist and writer
Alasdair Gray mural at Palacerigg, Cumbernauld
image courtesy of Historic Environment Scotland
Alasdair Gray mural at Palacerigg Cumbernauld

Magnet – New Office Building in Glasgow
Magnet Glasgow Office Building, Princes House
image courtesy of developer
Magnet Glasgow Office Building

Solasta Riverside Building Buchanan Wharf
Solasta Riverside Building Buchanan Wharf

Kelvin Hall television and film studio, West End
Design: Reiach and Hall Architects
Kelvin Hall television and film studio vision

Central Quay, Anderston
Design: 3DReid, Graeme Nicholls Architects and re-form landscape architecture
Central Quay Glasgow, Anderston

GROSS. MAX. was founded in 1995 by partners Bridget Baines and Eelco Hooftman, according to the practice website. This architectural studio has been widely regarded as one of the few U.K based exponents of a new generation of contemporary European landscape architecture.

The architecture practice has won numerous competitions and awards for public space and has an international portfolio of exciting and challenging projects. Nigel Sampey joined GROSS. MAX. as partner in 2001 after working for West 8 in the Netherlands.

The design practice has a strong international outlook both in terms of our nationalities and the locations of our commissions. The practice has been recognised for its contextual approach with a contemporary idiom towards urban space.

Buildings / photos for the Gross.Max Landscape Architects in Strathclyde, southwest Scotland, UK, page welcome.