Glasgow style and contemporary architecture on both sides of the Clyde.
Glasgow has a particular architectural style characteristic of the Victorian style of its 19th century architecture with buildings such as the Glasgow City Ghambers, the main building of the University of Glasgow or the Kelvingrove Art Gallery or Museum, and the modernist style of the turn of the century XX called Glasgow Style created by Charles Rennie Mackintosh that confers a singular character to him.
Glasgow also has interesting examples of modern and contemporary architecture with the great Clyde Waterfront renovation project with more than 200 projects on both sides of the Clyde as the ultramodern set of buildings of the Glasgow Science Center with Glasgow Tower, Scotthish Exhibition and Conference Center With the Clyde Auditorium designed by Norman Foster or the Riverside Museum created by Zaha Hadid.
Choose from one of our tours in Glasgow oriented to design, urban planning and architecture, or ask one of our architects to prepare a customized itinerary. All our guides are professional architects.