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Hutchie Housing Gorbals

South Glasgow Residential Building: City Homes design by Page / Park Architects

29 Oct 2010

Design: PagePark Architects

Date built: 2010

Hutchie Housing in the Gorbals

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Photos by Keith Hunter

Hutchie Housing Gorbals, Glasgow

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Hutchie Phase 1 Housing, Gorbals, Glasgow – PagePark Architects

Hutchie Housing Gorbals images / information from Keith Hunter

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Hutchesontown Housing in the Gorbals

Hutchesontown C was the name given to a Comprehensive Development Area (CDA) of an area of Hutchesontown, a district in the city of Glasgow, Scotland. Its centrepiece were two 20-storey slab blocks at 16-32 Queen Elizabeth Square, designed by Sir Basil Spence and containing 400 homes.

Acclaimed by architects and modernists, the flats became riddled with damp and infestations, which could not be cured even with a major renovation in the late 1980s. They were demolished in 1993, killing a spectator in the process. Hutchesontown C was commissioned in 1959, with Spence receiving assistance from a project architect, Charles Robertson. Spence and Robertson, partly inspired by Le Corbusier’s giant maisonette blocks in Marseille, designed two “colossal, rugged 20-storey slabs” featuring inset communal balconies.

In revealing the design, Spence said to the Glasgow Corporation’s Housing Committee that “on Tuesdays, when all the washing’s out, it’ll be like a great ship in full sail”, a reference to Glasgow’s shipbuilding heritage. He hoped to revive working-class life of the tenement back green. His remarks helped break down resistance to tall blocks among the councillors.
source: wikipedia

Glasgow Housing

Glasgow Council housing : Houses in Multiple Occupancy

Gorbals Housing
New Glasgow housing
photo : Keith Hunter
Page & Park Architects’ Gorbals Housing project

Glasgow Housing

Contemporary Glasgow Property Designs – recent Strathclyde architectural selection below:

Ingram Street Property Development
65-97 Ingram Street Glasgow, Merchant City
image courtesy of Artisan Real Estate
65-97 Ingram Street Glasgow

The Foundry Cathcart housing development
The Foundry Cathcart housing development
image courtesy of Cala Homes (West)
The Foundry Cathcart housing development

Golfhill School Flats
Golfhill Public School Dennistoun Flats
image courtesy of Spectrum Properties
Golfhill Public School Dennistoun Flats

Cart Street housing
Cart Street Housing
photo © Keith Hunter

Lancefield Quay Flats
Lancefield Quay
photo © Adrian Welch

Ingram Square Flats
Ingram Square Flats
photo © Adrian Welch

Crown Street Housing Gorbals
Crown Street Buildings
picture from architect

Drumchapel Housing

Red Road Flats

Homes for the Future

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