Glasgow Academy science & technology wing secures planning
September 19 2012
Designed by Page\Park Architects working in collaboration with Atelier 10, the project will occupy the site of two vacant Victorian tenements owned by the school on Colebrooke Street.
The new build will replace existing science facilities across the site and will employ a number of environmental initiatives such as a heat labyrinth, natural lighting and ventilation and recycled materials.
Views of the Barclay Brothers designed main building will be framed by the new extension.
It is hoped to commence construction on the £10m purpose built facility by next summer.
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