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Architecture of Scotland

28 June 2010

1886 – Chapel & Crematorium, Ayr, Scotland

Architect: C.F.A. Voysey Elevations, Sections, plans & details as published in The Building News, August 6th 1886.

30 November 2009

1886 – Chemical Laboratory, University College Dundee

Architect: Ireland & Maclaren Front Perspective View including ground plan published in The Building News, February 12th 1886. A later second floor and Mansard roof were added. Now known as the Carnelley building,...

02 December 2009

1886 – Established Church, Nr. Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, Scotland

Architect: John B. Wilson Perspective view & ground plan from The Building News, April 9th 1886.

03 May 2010

1886 – New Congregational Church, Paisley, Scotland

Architect: John B. Wilson Published in The Building News July 16th 1886

06 May 2010

1886 – New Schools, Ferguslie Works, Paisley, Scotland

Architects: Woodhouse & Morley Now a ruin, and one of the last vestiges of the vast Ferguslie Threads Works in Paisley. Contemporary descriptions of the newly-built school described it as “an exquisite building...

13 March 2012

1886 – The Caledonian Insurance Company Offices, Dundee, Scotland

Architect: J. Murray Robertson Published in The Building News, April 6th 1888. Located at 33,35 Meadowside, this building is largely intact as illustrated with some differences to the street level frontage. Constructed in...

03 November 2012

1888 – International Exhibition of Science, Art and Industry, Glasgow

Architect: James Sellars The International Exhibition of Science, Art and Industry was the first of four international exhibitions held in Glasgow during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The buildings for the...

02 December 2009

1888 – Finnich Malise, Drymen, Stirlingshire

Architect: Percy G. Stone

17 June 2013

1888 – Glasgow’s City Chambers

Architect: William Young Designs for successful entry in competition to design new city hall, published in The Building News, September 15 1882. The winning design was by William Young, a London-based architect whose...