Glasgow architecture news 2020 - daily updates for Strathclyde buildings and architects with Glasgow property news and construction sector stories for 2020.
Glasgow buildings photos taken by Adrian Welch - latest of Ruchill Hospital water tower ; St John's Renfield Church, Kelvindale ; St. Anne Dennistoun RC ; St Charles Borromeo Church in North Kelvinside.
North Kelvin Apartments, Shakespeare Street building in Glasgow: third and final stage of a pioneering residential development close to Glasgow’s West End has restarted following the construction industry shutdown.
Catholic Church Transfer Cardross Seminary. The ownership of an A-listed modernist building which the Catholic Church has been trying to get rid of for years has been transferred to a charitable trust.
Simpson & Brown Architects' proposals for the upgrade of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Willow Tearooms at Sauchiehall St, to form an adjoining visitor centre.
Glasgow Walking Tours - book an architecture guide to discover Strathclyde buildings by architects Zaha Hadid, David Chipperfield, Foster + Partners and OMA, plus old favourites by Rennie Mackintosh.
Finnieston Crane restaurant and museum news: £7million plan to transform Glasgow landmark into major visitor attraction with restaurant, museum and visitors access up to the top deck.
Glasgow architects offices - well-established Listing for Strathclyde architecture practices and design studios in the West of Scotland area, online since 2002 - contact details for Glasgow architect practices.
New photos of Graham Square Housing, near Gallowgate: residential buildings designed by Mckeown Alexander Architects ; Page & Park Architects ; Richard Murphy Architects for Molendinar Park Housing Association: low-cost housing by three high-profile architects within former sandstone meat market buildings.
Planning Submitted for the New Boclair Academy in Bearsden, Glasgow: Ryder Architecture has submitted design proposals on behalf of East Dunbartonshire Council to replace the existing school with a state of the art learning environment for 1,050 pupils.