Anderston Phase 4 & 5, Glasgow by Collective Architecture

            <img src="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/a2/a2f1bd4bca12c722495801ca07d86f6b.jpeg?fit=crop&auto=compress%2Cformat&w=1200" border="0" /><a href="https://www.collectivearchitecture.com/" >Collective Architecture</a> has completed Anderston Phases 4 &amp; 5 on behalf of Sanctuary Scotland. This marks the completion of the overall regeneration of Anderston, a process which has taken 14 years to complete. The final phase provides an additional 206 new build flats, with a mixed tenure of social rent and mid-market rent.
  Collective Architecture’s design for the final two phases reinstates an important section of Argyle Street that was removed in the 1960’s as part of the Comprehensive Redevelopment of Anderston. Argyle Street was an important historic route into the city centre that became disconnected by the construction of the Kingston Bridge and the associated demolition and redevelopment of the Victorian tenements in the Anderston area. The site was redeveloped in the 1960’s with system built 11 storey slab blocks of flats that ignored the historic street pattern and dealt with the significant level changes across the site a large retaining wall structure at the h...

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