Rhett Leinster Evans
Alexandra Ruby Leach
A collaboration between The Glasgow Tenement Project and New Glasgow Society.
The tenement is woven into the fabric of Glasgow' Frank Arneil Walker
Join us for a week-long exhibition and an evening of talks, performances and literary readings celebrating the place of the tenement in the past, present and future of the city. The event will take place as part of Doors Open Day at New Glasgow Society, 1307 Argyle Street from 14th – 20th September 2015.
The evening event is on the 18th September. It's free, but ticketed - so please register here.
Our paper archive reaches back to the Society's founding in 1965 and contains a huge amount of Society publications covering planning, proposals, since-built and never-built schemes, and a great deal more.
Following the success of last years' 'Glasgow Loves Concrete?', we're delighted to be hosting this fascinating event for this year's Doors Open Day. Join experts in the field to learn about the recent transformation of Kelvingrove Park’s unique Amphitheatre and other innovative uses of concrete in public parks. Monday 15th September from 6pm. Speakers tbc...
March 2017 - The other sides of the student accommodation debate
An unprecedented amount of construction of one type of building has taken place around Glasgow recently: 4800 dedicated places for students, with another 3800 currently under construction. These figures come from a piece in the Evening Times which caught our attention, and forms a welcome nuance to a debate which has become more popular and vigorous as these developments have become more ubiquitous, and the scale of development across the city more obvious.Read more ...
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