Architecture Glasgow: This website is a personal photographic record of the architecture of Glasgow, non-profit and entirely independent. The site features buildings, old, new, decaying, under construction or demolition all across Glasgow. Also included are structures such as the Titan cranes and vernacular buildings such as the numerous doocots across Glasgow. The site to date currently features over 120 pages with over 100 different buildings photographed and more than 1200 photographs. Another 40 buildings have been visited and photographed and pages are being readied for upload, and yet more buildings are to be added as time allows. The largest sections to date are the old city and derelict categories.
Architecture Glasgow is still being developed and corrected as any errors are found. New pages are added regularly and existing pages are often updated as new information is found and/or the condition or circumstances of individual buildings change.
Suggestions: with a long list of building visits planned many new pages are in the offing, however suggestions are always welcome as there's always sites and buildings waiting to be discovered, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent visits: Below are just a few of the most recently visited buildings, click on each box to view more, or via the category menu to the right for many, many more...
Did someone have a job lot of left over pink paint? Painted no doubt to unify its appearance, possibly to cover bad stone repairs, maybe ahead of a sale; tarting up the old tired building? The choice to paint was a bad one, the choice of colour even worse.
use the categories menu at the top right of this page or access the Building Index page for many more visited buildings.