Andrew Lee|Andrew Lee|Andrew Lee|Andrew Lee|Andrew Lee||The new facade echoes the five-bay arrangement of the original building|The building’s public area now offers a space to sit and relax|The first floor comprises a single large office space and a meeting room|The entrance void is a transitional zone between different floor levels|The existing building and extension are combined via a double-height glass public entrance||
19 Jan 2011

Shettleston HA by Elder and Cannon

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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