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Works commence on-site at Mosaic-designed £20m Waterfront Residential Development in Granton Harbour Edinburgh7th December 2017
Work has started on-site at a £20 million waterfront residential development at Granton Harbour, Edinburgh designed by Mosaic Architecture + Design, one of Scotland’s most experienced practices. Plots 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 are…Read more
First Adina Apartment Hotel in UK earmarked for Glasgow as Mosaic submits planning application for Blythswood Square redevelopment20th November 2017
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 address, this latest submission relates to consent for…Read more
Hutchesons Hall serves up new look restaurant and lounge4th October 2017
Hutchesons Hall serves up new look restaurant and lounge : October 2017 : News : Architecture in profile the building environment in Scotland – Urban Realm Mosaic Architecture and Design have completed a refurbishment of Hutchesons City Grill in Glasgow, serving up a new name and a new look for the popular Merchant City eaterie.…Read more
Mosaic Completes £5.0m Sports Facility at Glasgow College13th September 2017
Mosaic completes £5m sports facility at Glasgow college – Scottish Construction Now! 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…Read more