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2016 Study Trip to Glasgow
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19 Sep

Study Trip to Glasgow

Our annual study trip is an opportunity for everybody to experience the architecture somewhere else in the world, and our trip this year took us to Scotland’s second city, Glasgow.

Glasgow is famous for its architecture so we had a busy few days scheduled, but took in some wonderful buildings – here are a few of our favourite photos from the trip.

The Lighthouse Staircase – Glasgow City Centre from James Potter

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Hallway and Dining Room Spaces at Mackintosh’s House for an Art Lover, from Kirstin Aitken

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Studio Pavilion at Mackintosh’s House for an Art Lover, from Chris Lappin

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Outside Zaha Hadid’s Riverside Transport Museum, from Julian Steel

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Voted best photo of the trip, the dramatic Ceilings and ‘Velodrome’ at Zaha Hadid’s Riverside Transport Museum, from James Potter

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Breakout Space at the back of the Watson Auditorium at Glasgow Academy’s Saunders Building, from Peter Courtney

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Across the seven storey atrium at the RIBA Stirling Prize shortlisted Riverside Campus, from Danny Owen

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Light seeps into the Atmospheric St Brides Church, East Kilbride, from Debbie Cushing 

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Stunning Spiral Staircase at Scottish Opera’s Theatre Royal, from Peter Courtney

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Bradley Moore

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2016 Study Trip to Glasgow
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