Buchanan Wharf, Tradeston, Glasgow

Glasgow

Buchanan Wharf, Tradeston, Glasgow

Glasgow

Stallan-Brand are leading on the design of a major new urban quarter on Glasgow's South Bank in the Tradeston area of the city. The proposal incorporates a new headquarters building for Barclays Bank. The overall development incorporates three entire city blocks that overlook the City's iconic River Clyde.

Our urban design proposals are informed by the locations historic warehouse architecture. Designs eschews a generic office approach to embrace a place led townscape strategy.

Central to the success of the Buchanan Wharf environment is the design of an ambitious public realm and landscape strategy which again the practice are leading on.

As part of our design code we prepared detailed facade studies to respond to aspect, orientation, scale and the different environments and character zones that the architecture would address.

Facade studies propose to celebrate and incorporate the sites existing buildings.

Summary

New mixed use urban quarter 

Location

Tradeston, Glasgow, Scotland

Client

Barclays Bank, Drum Property 

Status

Ongoing

 

Stallan-Brand are leading on the design of a major new urban quarter on Glasgow's South Bank in the Tradeston area of the city. The proposal incorporates a new headquarters building for Barclays Bank. The overall development incorporates three entire city blocks that overlook the City's iconic River Clyde.

Our urban design proposals are informed by the locations historic warehouse architecture. Designs eschews a generic office approach to embrace a place led townscape strategy.

Central to the success of the Buchanan Wharf environment is the design of an ambitious public realm and landscape strategy which again the practice are leading on.

As part of our design code we prepared detailed facade studies to respond to aspect, orientation, scale and the different environments and character zones that the architecture would address.

Facade studies propose to celebrate and incorporate the sites existing buildings.