This evening, I am highlighting a selection of the most famous examples of architecture in Glasgow, Scotland

Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, Scotland

Above is the Clyde Auditorium or ‘Armadillo’. This is a conference centre designed by Foster & Partners in 1997.

People’s Palace, Glasgow Green, Scotland

Above is the People’s Palace & Winter Gardens on Glasgow Green. Designed by Alexander Beith MacDonald 1898.

Templeton Carpet Factory, Glasgow Green, Scotlland

Above is Templeton’s Carpet Factory on Glasgow Green. This dates from 1892 and was designed by William Leiper (1839-1916) having been influenced by the Doge’s Palace in Venice.

Lighthouse, Glasgow, Scotland

Above is the Lighthouse, formerly the Herald Building. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh of Honeyman & Keppie 1895.

Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Scotland

Above is the Gallery of Modern Art  which dates back to 1778 when it was a townhouse of Tobacco Lord, William Cunninghame.

Glasgow City Chambers

Above are the Glasgow City Chambers. Designed by William Young and built 1882-88.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum,m Glasgow, Scotland

Above is the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum which dates from 1901. Designed by Sir John W. Simpson and E.J. Milner Allen.

Glasgow School of Art

Above is the Glasgow School of Art. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and built in two stages: 1899 and 1909.

Above  is Glasgow Cathedral, a medieval edifice built mainly in the Gothic style and dating from the 13th century.

Glasgow Cathedral

Clearly, Glasgow boasts a wide range of architecture of which the above is just a representative example.

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