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Anderston mural marks ongoing estate regeneration

December 7 2015

Anderston mural marks ongoing estate regeneration
A landmark mural co-designed by Collective Architecture and Stage 3 students at the Glasgow School of Art has been unveiled to mark its ongoing regeneration, with works currently underway on phases four and five of the master plan.

Built on behalf of Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association the installation was conceived by a group of ten students over the course of a series of workshops which served to channel local pride.

GSA tutor Nick Walker of Collective Architecture commented: “The students are thrilled with the outcome of a project many months in the planning. The finished mural is testament to the group’s hard work in researching, consulting and ultimately designing an artwork that embodies Anderston’s past, present and future.”

A further 206 homes are planned for the estate in the final phase of a decade long master plan.
Public art is being used to foster a sense of community
Public art is being used to foster a sense of community


#1 Posted by David on 7 Dec 2015 at 15:45 PM
Looks great, but it also looks entirely 'thievable', particularly if you're looking to adorn your cool student pad with giant A - R - S - E lettering, or similar.

I give it 2 weeks.
2 days more like
#2 Posted by 2 days more like on 7 Dec 2015 at 16:24 PM
or you could have

#3 Posted by QMD on 8 Dec 2015 at 08:52 AM
I think it looks great, just hope for no vandalism on that..
#4 Posted by Egbert on 8 Dec 2015 at 10:43 AM
Looks great. Just a shame the main lettering is in bloody Arial... there are other, much nicer fonts out there, people.
#5 Posted by Ron on 8 Dec 2015 at 18:42 PM
Hey David
I bet you're great fun at parties, Mr. Misery Mush!

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