Blythswood office to hotel conversion grows up
November 10 2017Adina Apartment Hotel.
This ups the proposed accommodation at the four-star hotel from 100 bedrooms to 110 by working with the fabric of the existing Richard-Seifert designed building.
Mosaic Architecture + Design have drawn up the revised plans which call for a glazed rooftop extension to be created as before, together with the ‘like-for-like’ replacement of failing sandstone cladding and a rear extension over an existing parking courtyard.
Neil Haining, Director of Mosaic, said: “The proposed extension to the existing top floor level will create high level suites with exemplary view across Blythswood Square. The overall increase in scale of the existing building has been carefully balanced with the scale of the adjacent B-listed properties surrounding Blythswood Square.”
Key additions for the apart-hotel include a private external courtyard and a feature entrance offering access to a ground floor bar and restaurant.
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