National Bank of Pakistan Scotland, Sauchiehall Street office photo, Architect design, Branch location
National Bank of Pakistan Glasgow
Sauchiehall St Building – Scottish Architecture design by Elder & Cannon Architects
post updated 9 July 2023
This Sauchiehall Street branch no longer exists.
National Bank of Pakistan Branch Glasgow
Architects: Elder & Cannon
Address: Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
This unit was empty the last time we visited, in 2010.
Key Buildings on Sauchiehall St
National Bank of Pakistan building context : Sauchiehall Street Glasgow
Sauchiehall Street Glasgow
Sauchiehall Street is one of the main shopping streets in the city centre of Glasgow, Scotland, along with Buchanan Street and Argyle Street.
Although commonly associated with the city centre, Sauchiehall Street is over 1.5 miles (2.4 km) in length. At its central west end is Charing Cross, followed by the Category-A listed crescents and terraces which lead up to Park Circus, finally meeting Argyle Street in the West End in front of Kelvingrove Park and the Kelvingrove Museum, where they merge to form Dumbarton Road, continuing through Partick.
Sauchiehall is a corruption of the Scots sauchie hauch, sauchie; abounding in willows and hauch; a low-lying meadow by the side of a river (compare Sausalito, California). Hauch is pronounced ‘haw’ in Scots and can be mistaken for the Scots haw, pronounced the same, meaning hall.
Location: Sauchiehall Street, west Glasgow, Strathclyde, southwest Scotland, United Kingdom
Glasgow Building Designs
Contemporary Glasgow Property Designs – recent architectural selection below:
New Blue Sky Lounge at Ibrox Stadium
image courtesy of Rangers FC
Blue Sky Lounge at Ibrox Stadium
University of Glasgow ARC
photo courtesy of UoG
University of Glasgow Advanced Research Centre
Magnet – New Office Building in Glasgow
image courtesy of developer
Magnet Glasgow Office Building
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