Aedas draw up Charlotte House plans
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December 22 2011
The project will maintain the existing form of a drab 60s block on Glasgow’s Queen Street by replacing concrete cladding panels with a mix of white and dark grey Kingspan panels and metal ‘fin’ overcladding.
Blue lighting will highlight the 13 storey tower and cap a five storey podium by night.
At present the office tower is largely vacant, with Gareth Hoskins Architects amongst the few remaining tenants.
The change of use application has been prepared by Ryden who contend that reactivating an under-utilised structure represents a sustainable means of boosting Glasgow’s city centre economy.
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