Port Dundas housing images, ISIS Property Glasgow design architects, Scottish city wharf property, Canalside Redevelopment

Port Dundas Canalside Redevelopment + Building

Speirs Lock Development, Strathclyde design by various architects, Scotland

post updated 9 July 2023

First phase buildings : Dundas Wharf + New Rotterdam Wharf

Design: RMJM & Bradford Roberston Architects

Images online 25 Jun 2005

Port Dundas Housing

Port Dundas : Speirs Locks proposals for ISIS

Dundas Wharf landmark building

Start on site for this new city wharf property development is set for early 2006.

Designs: RMJM Architects Glasgow
Port Dundas Housing
picture from architect

Dundas Wharf building : RMJM Architects

New Rotterdam Wharf – three blocks of waterside apartments
Start on site early 2006
Designs: Bradford Roberston Architects
Port Dundas Housing Glasgow
picture from architect

View of Port Dundas Housing from Motorway
Port Dundas Housing
picture from architect practice

Aerial View of this city wharf property design:
Aerial View of Port Dundas
picture from architect firm

Additional Images of proposed Port Dundas property:

Isis Glasgow: RMJM Port Dundas Homes Port Dundas Housing Commercial, Housing
pictures from architect studio

Speirs Locks Development : Masterplan News

Speirs Lock Glasgow Website: https://threepartstory.co.uk/

Glasgow Building Designs

Glasgow Property Designs – recent architectural selection below:

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

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

Architecture in Strathclyde

Contemporary Strathclyde Properties – key selection below:

Peoples Palace

Silverburn Shopping Centre

Hill House Helensburgh

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