Laurieston Living Phase 3

Glasgow, Scotland

Laurieston Living Phase 3

Glasgow, Scotland

Further to highly successful previous phases, Laurieston Living Phase 3 proposes a vibrant new build residential development providing 349 dwellings, a mixed-use ground floor along the site's primary edge, and the final section of an ambitious civic park for the neighbourhood.

Phase 3 builds on the established principles and key themes with an aspiration to enable diversity and establish good placemaking and design richness. Laurieston Phase 3 will not only benefit the residents but the city as a whole, showing a clear commitment to the local community and creating a dynamic city quarter.

As a way to introduce a level of architectural variation across Phase 3, Stallan-Brand has collaborated with McGinlay Bell, selecting three typologies to develop complementary designs for. The ambition has been to introduce a subtle richness in the architecture, with the division of buildings made to maximise the opportunity for interface between the two practices.

The development at Phase 3 will have a huge impact at street level, helping to establish Laurieston as characterful, vibrant and active. This will enhance the quality of the built environment, and further invest in creating a community that residents and visitors alike can enjoy and be proud of.

Summary

Phase 3 of the successful regeneration led development 'Laurieston Living' 

Location

Glasgow, Scotland 

Client

Urban Union

Status

RIBA Stage 4 

 

Further to highly successful previous phases, Laurieston Living Phase 3 proposes a vibrant new build residential development providing 349 dwellings, a mixed-use ground floor along the site's primary edge, and the final section of an ambitious civic park for the neighbourhood.

Phase 3 builds on the established principles and key themes with an aspiration to enable diversity and establish good placemaking and design richness. Laurieston Phase 3 will not only benefit the residents but the city as a whole, showing a clear commitment to the local community and creating a dynamic city quarter.

As a way to introduce a level of architectural variation across Phase 3, Stallan-Brand has collaborated with McGinlay Bell, selecting three typologies to develop complementary designs for. The ambition has been to introduce a subtle richness in the architecture, with the division of buildings made to maximise the opportunity for interface between the two practices.

The development at Phase 3 will have a huge impact at street level, helping to establish Laurieston as characterful, vibrant and active. This will enhance the quality of the built environment, and further invest in creating a community that residents and visitors alike can enjoy and be proud of.