Doors Open Days 2021 is now in full swing, and we are delighted to be sponsoring the Glasgow Doors Open Day Festival once again! We are also excited to see that Maryhill Burgh Halls will be opening its doors and taking part in the festival this weekend.
The B listed former Maryhill Burgh Halls, designed by Duncan McNaughtan, completed in 1878, had lain derelict for several years and was on the Buildings at Risk Register prior to refurbishment. It now provides contemporary multi-purpose accommodation, whilst restoring the former Burgh Hall to function as it was originally intended, as a focal point and social hub for the community of Maryhill.
On the 18th and 19th of September Maryhill Burgh Halls will be hosting a number of events from a drop-in art session ran by Maryhill artist @louisenolanworks to photography exhibitions such as ‘Glasgow: Face and Echoes’ by photographer @jostreen
You can also drop into the historic Category B listed Burgh Halls for a visit or book a guided tour!
Photography Credit: Andrew Less
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that our project The Linen Quarter, Pilmuir Works was honoured with an award at last night’s Scottish Property Awards!
Shopfront Exhibitions at our Glasgow studio kicked off it’s 2024 season with a presentation by Part I Architectural Assistant, Anthony Di Gaetano who shared his undergraduate thesis with the team on opening night!
We’re on the lookout for Architects and Technologists who are eager to bring their creativity and expertise to our dynamic projects.