Twitter Facebook Vimeo Youtube Google Plus Pinterest Tumblr

Unbuilt Scotland

09 December 2009

1875 – Paisley Town Hall, Scotland

Architect: Rennison & Scott Premiated design for new townhall. Interior illustration published in The Building News, July 23rd 1875. Never built, instead a fine design by Irish architect W.H. Lynn was constructed.

05 November 2009

1880 – Design for New Municipal Buildings, Glasgow

Architect: J. Salmon & Son Unsuccessful entry to design new muncipal buildings, now Glasgow City Chambers. The competition was won by Paisley-born architect William Young, and the building opened in 1888.

22 October 2009

1875 – Second Premiated Design, Paisley Town Hall

Architect: John Robertson We have already published the accepted design for the Paisley Town Hall. \Ve now give the design to which the second premium was awarded, and which is by Mr. John...

16 June 2009

1901 – Design for Glasgow Royal Infirmary

Architect: A. Hessell Tiltman Design placed second in competition to design a new hospital for Glasgow.

16 June 2009

1901 – Royal Infirmary, Glasgow

Architect: H. Percy Adams Unbuilt entry in competition to design a new Royal Infirmary. A new building was eventually completed in 1914 to designs by James Miller. Published in The Building News, January...

09 June 2009

1896 – North Bridge Street Reconstruction, Edinburgh

Architect: Scott & Williamson First Premiated Design by J.N. Scott & J.A. Williamson

09 June 2009

1896 – North Bridge Street Reconstruction, Edinburgh

Architect: Gibson & Russell Second Premiated Design

09 June 2009

1879 – Unbuilt Design for Greenock Municipal Buildings, Scotland

Architect: Beatson Habershon “The second premium was awarded to the design illustrated by Mr. Charles Barry, the architectural adjudicator, out of 50 designs. The existing town-hall and council-chamber submitted occupy the centre of...

09 June 2009

1875 – Proposed Town Hall, Paisley, Scotland

Architect: Daniel Brade View of Fronts towards Smithills & Abbey Close including vignette of ground plan. Published in The Building News, Decrmber 10th. 1875.