Glasgow office to hotel push continues
June 25 2019
Situated within the Glasgow Central Conservation Area the building has largely been reduced to a retained façade following prior remodelling work carried out in the 1990s, at which point a neighbouring building was also amalgamated.
External alterations will be limited to the introduction of matching railings to Bath Street to block off ‘false’ entrances and the formation of a combined main entrance door off Wellington Street through the removal of a stone column. Boarded up basement windows will also be reinstated.
In a design statement, 3DReid wrote: “The doors on Bath Street are decorative ‘false’ doors that were included as part of the 1990 redevelopment, presumably to create a facade composition sympathetic to the rest of the building.”
Interior remodelling will see the unsightly plant at the bottom of a central lightwell hidden from view by new decking.
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