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Glasgow

03 October 2012

1858 – Chimney Pieces, Holmwood, Cathcart, Glasgow, Scotland

Architect: Alexander & George Thomson This unique Villa in attractive riverside grounds has been described as Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson’s finest domestic design. It was built in 1857-8 for James Couper. Many rooms are...

14 February 2012

1843 – Glasgow Royal Asylum, Gartnavel, Scotland

Architect: Charles Wilson An unusual design in Tudor Gothic, built in 1842-43, with the chapel completed in 1904. Initially built to hold 420 patients and later extended. Each range was U-shaped with the...

29 January 2012

1898 – Britannia Assurance Building, 166 Buchanan St., Glasgow

Architect: John A. Campbell Eccentric Victorian office building. Also known as British Workman’s and General Assurance Company

10 January 2012

1897 – Bonded Warehouse, 44 Washington St., Glasgow, Scotland

Architect: A.V. Gardner Built between 1896 and 1907 and at that time was claimed to be the biggest bonded warehouse in the world. It is actually two buildings by different architects. The north...

08 April 2011

1899 – Baltic Chambers, Glasgow

Architect: Duncan McNaughton Baltic Chambers comprises a substantial B listed red sandstone building extending over the basement, ground and five upper floors, surmounted by a pitched, tiled roof. “This block of buildings has...

16 December 2010

1888 – New Parish Church, Govan, Glasgow, Scotland

Architect: Robert Rowand Anderson Perspective View including ground plan published in The Building News, November 21st 1884. Now known as Govan Old Parish Church, it was also known as “St Constantine’s”. Since 2007,...

15 October 2010

1888 – The Clyde Trust Building, Glasgow, Scotland

Architect: John Burnet, Son & Campbell Offices of The Clyde Trustees Proposed Extension & Clock Tower to Harbour. Elevations to Broomielaw & Robertson Street published in The Architect, January 20th 1888. The most...

28 September 2010

1906 – Public Library, Glasgow, Scotland

Architect: Thomas Gibbon Front perspective views including ground floor plans as published in The Building News, March 16th 1906

30 June 2010

1890 – Hartwood Asylum, Glasgow, Scotland

Architect: Campbell Douglas & Sellars In 1885 a competition held and 10 architects were asked to prepare competitive plans. Illustrated is the Administrative Block of the Campbell Douglas & Sellars entry which was...