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16 June 2009

1892 – Kelvingrove Museum Competition, Glasgow

Architect: Thomas Manly Deane Unsuccessful entry by T.M. Deane for architectural competition to design a museum and art gallery for Glasgow.

16 June 2009

1906 – House, Eglinton Drive, Giffnock, Glasgow

Architect: A.N. Prentice

16 June 2009

2006 – Finnieston Bridge, Glasgow

Architect: Halcrow Group The £20.3m Finnieston Bridge was intended to be a dramatic new landmark for Glasgow, featuring a central arch span which crosses the river at an angle between the roundabout at...

16 June 2009

2001 – Glasgow Science Centre

Architect: BDP Glasgow Science Centre is a major visitor attraction located on the south bank of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland. It is a purpose built science centre comprising of three principal...

16 June 2009

1997 – SECC Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow

Architects: Foster + Partners Designed by award-winning architect Sir Norman Foster under a very-tight budget and often called “the armadillo” by Glaswegians, this 3,000 seater building was completed in 1997. The Glasgow SECC...

16 June 2009

1888 – Templeton Building, Glasgow

Architect: William Leiper The facade which reflect the facade of the Doges’ Palace in Venice, vividly advertised the oriental dyed wares that were produced within. Behind the facade was a functional mill designed...

16 June 2009

1884 – Wellington Church, Glasgow

Architect: Thomas Lennox Watson The exterior of Wellington Church is notable for its magnificent neoclassical portico, complete with a colonnade of Corinthian columns. This neoclassical architecture was much favoured by United Presbyterian Church...

16 June 2009

1903 – Willow Tea Rooms, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

Architect: Charles Rennie Mackintosh In 1903, Mackintosh got the commision to design new tearooms in Sauchiehall Street in 1903. He had previously undertaken some interior design for the client Miss Cranston. For the...

16 June 2009

1901 – House for an Art Lover, Glasgow

Architect: Charles Rennie Mackintosh The House for an Art Lover was designed in 1901 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh with his wife, Margaret MacDonald. The house was originally designed for a competition to produce...

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