The exceptional re-development of the Grade ‘A’ listed, former General Post Office Building provides 130,000ft² of luxury office space across nine floors, in George Square, Glasgow’s cultural and commercial heart.
A dramatic triple height feature entrance leads to the sophisticated entrance hall, designed in Bavarian limestone.
From here, six high speed lifts give access to nine office floors, providing flexible open plan office space.
Much of the beauty of the building is in the attention to detail, from maximising natural daylight on all elevations to providing bright, spacious and efficient workspace. External roof terraces on floors six to nine provide a unique view over Glasgow City Centre and offer a stunning backdrop to occupiers.
Taking inspiration from Victorian railway architecture, the glass and metal domed roof re-invents a rich history of grand Victorian terminus and glass house buildings. The design creates a dramatic statement that harmoniously fuses both contemporary and Victorian architectural styles.
BCO Regional Award for Best Commercial Workplace 2011
Scottish Design Awards Commendation Office/ Commercial Building 2011