Mosaic Architecture + Design

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The £110 million new University of the West of Scotland (UWS) campus at Hamilton International Technology Park has opened its doors to the new student intake. Developed by HFD Property Group (HFD) and designed by Mosaic Architecture + Design, the new 235,000 sq.ft. Lanarkshire campus offers a

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International chain Yotel has secured planning consent to convert a disused office building on Glasgow’s Argyle Street into a new 'cabin' hotel. Following a similar conversion on Edinburgh’s Princes Street, the redevelopment will see Westergate House gaining a new feature entrance off Hope Stree

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The 60-bedroom £3 million Queen Elizabeth Hospital Travelodge located on the doorstep of the hospital in Glasgow has started on site. Located at the junction of Linthouse Road and Govan Road, the three-storey hotel will incorporate a ground floor bar-café. Completion is scheduled for ea

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Work has started on-site at a £20 million waterfront residential development designed by Mosaic Architecture + Design at Granton Harbour in Edinburgh. Plot 27 forms part of the western breakwater edge of the Granton Harbour masterplan. The plot is bounded by the Firth on the west and canals, which

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The first Adina Apartment Hotel in the UK has been earmarked for Glasgow city centre following Mosaic Architecture + Design’s resubmission of a planning application for a hotel at 249 West George Street. While Mosaic already has planning consent for converting the existing office building at this

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Mosaic Architecture + Design has completed a £5 million sports facility at St Aloysuis’ College in Glasgow ahead of the start of the new school term. The new building is positioned diagonally between the A-listed pair Mackintosh Building and St. Aloysius’ Church and adjacent to the Glasgow Scho

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(from left) Neil Haining, Iain Macrae, Stephen Mallon and Sandy Cooper One of Scotland’s most experienced practices Mosaic Architecture + Design has boosted its staff numbers to 20 with the acquisition of Burnet Bell for an undisclosed sum.

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Plans for purpose built student accommodation in Glasgow city centre have been submitted to the local authority. The trustees of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Iceni Projects want to demolish a former warehouse in Dunblane Street and replace it with a block of flats with 286 bedrooms.

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