Mosaic Architecture + Design is an architectural practice of award winning architects and designers.
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Glasgow grants permission for £18m hotel plan at Oswald House25th August 2022
An £18 million bespoke hotel development on the site currently occupied by Oswald House and the adjacent vacant site on Glasgow’s Broomielaw has been granted planning approval. Mosaic Architecture + Design submitted the application on behalf of HMH One Clyde last year. Forming a prominent corner of the Broomielaw with excellent views of the River…Read more
Trio of promotions at Mosaic4th August 2022
We are delighted to announce a trio of thoroughly deserved promotions in recognition of the exceptional contribution made to the practice over recent years by three of our most talented personnel. The promotions see both Alex Temple and Iain McIntosh become Associates while Kenny Preston becomes a Senior Architect with immediate effect. All three have…Read more
Leading property developer, Soller Group, has submitted a Planning Application to Glasgow City Council for 359 residential apartments for private rental, at 144 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow.6th June 2022
Designed by Mosaic Architecture + Design, the planning application is for a landscaped courtyard development of 359 contemporary apartments. With a mix of studio, one- and two- bedroom homes, the development will feature roof terraces, an amenity space, residents’ gym, a retail unit, office space and a bike store. Currently a vacant site, 144 Port…Read more
Mosaic Architecture + Design, one of Scotland’s most experienced practices, has submitted a planning application on behalf of Garroch Investments to demolish Glasgow’s Princes House and develop Magnet, a brand-new class-leading £75M Grade A office development with the highest environmental credentials. Originally constructed in the mid-1960s, Princes House was formerly home to Lloyds Banking Group,…Read more