One of 29 new buildings, Trinity House is a private residence in the West End's Park Circus. Discover a palm-lined entrance hall and venture up their landmark tower for views over Kelvingrove park and beyond.
Built in 1876 as the subject of an architectural competition, the winning design for Kelvinside Hillhead Parish Church was based on Sainte-Chapelle in Paris. 140 years later, the spectacular Category A listed building still fulfils its original purpose as a place of sanctuary and community.
Originally the National Bank of Scotland in Queen Street, Langside Halls was dismantled and moved brick by brick to its present location in Queen's Park in 1902-03.
Glasgow Central Mosque is the first purpose-built mosque in Glasgow where Islamic architecture and Glasgow’s characteristic red sandstone come together in a unique building.
Founded in 1867, Glasgow Art Club has occupied two handsome Georgian terrace houses in Bath Street since 1893. The jewel in its handsome Victorian interior is the gallery, largely designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. (We also love their attic studio pictured here!)
The unusual corrugated exterior of Scottish Ballet's Headquarters is a landmark in Glasgow's south side. Visitors will have a unique chance to see behind the scenes in the company's wardrobes and rehearsal studios.
Considered one of the World Monument Fund's 100 most endangered buildings, Alexander 'Greek' Thomson's Glasgow City Free Church features an incredible ornate interior.
Our Lady of Good Counsel is an extraordinary Category A listed modernist building designed by Gillespie, Kidd and Coia and nestled amongst traditional tenements in Dennistoun.
Maggie’s Centres provide free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their family and friends. Prize-winning architect Rem Koolhaas’ innovative design of interlocking rooms around a thriving internal garden creates a homely, calming place to visit.
The Common Guild is a leading visual arts organisation and gallery located in a Victorian townhouse in Glasgow’s Park Circus. Established in 2006 it presents a dynamic, international programme of contemporary visual art projects, exhibitions, and events.