Glasgow has been transformed into a city of buildings that make you wonder whether this is really the city we know it to be.
This week we’ve rounded up a list of the most striking examples of the city’s architectural design, and how it’s affected the landscape and landscape-life.
The old Glasgow is a city in transition.
The city has been on the road for some time, but it’s never been so busy.
The area around the main shopping precinct, St Andrew Square, is also seeing a boom in the construction of new buildings.
In the past, the city was built up as a major centre of industry and the arts.
But the city is now seeing a surge in development, and a new generation of urban planners, architects, and planners are turning the old industrial heart of Glasgow into a place where people can live, work and play.
The Old City is full of colourful houses, many of them being built in the last few decades.
They are usually located in the old city centre, and often are in the same area as the existing buildings.
A lot of these buildings are of the very high end, and they offer excellent views over the city and the city centre.
In recent years, many new developments have been built on the old Glasgow waterfront.
Some of these structures are also being designed to look like they were built for tourists.
In some cases, they are actually the result of a hotel project by a Chinese developer.
In other cases, the designers were inspired by a real estate project in the city.
In the past few years, there have been some huge changes to the landscape of the old Edinburgh town centre, such as the demolition of the famous Scottish National Gallery and the redevelopment of the historic old Town Hall.
The city’s new architecture is a mix of Victorian and modern styles, with many of these designed by the likes of the architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
This mix has resulted in some of the best-looking buildings in the UK.
The new buildings are also becoming more modern, incorporating elements of new technologies such as glass, LED lighting, digital signage and more.
A couple of of the buildings that caught our eye are the new Glam Hall and the Royal Academy.
Glam was a landmark in the centre of the former city, where the first buildings were built in 1884.
The building, which has been undergoing major renovations for the last five years, has been designed by architect David Lacey.
It was designed as a modernist tower with an outdoor plaza, and features a mix on-site and outdoor spaces, including an open-air garden.
The architects claim the building is also the first in Scotland to feature a rooftop terrace.
Another new building is the Art Museum, which is located in St Andrew’s Square.
Designed by British architect Sir Paul Williams, the building was commissioned by the National Gallery of Scotland, which had been planning to redevelop the space.
It features a variety of large-scale sculptures, including a bronze statue of St George, a bronze sculpture of a horse and a bronze lion.
It is perhaps a little strange to see such a high-end design being put on a city centre with such little heritage.
But the architects claim that the building will bring people together, and offer an exciting opportunity for the city to continue to be a hub of tourism.
The new Garthe Street, which was commissioned as part of the new development, will offer visitors a new experience, with the city being completely transformed from its original state.
This area is home to a number of restaurants, a boutique hotel and a range of other venues.
In its new form, it will feature a variety a restaurants, shops, restaurants and a pub.
The buildings will also include a new public library and new offices.
The development of the Art Gallery and Royal Academy is also a great example of how Glasgow is evolving as an urban centre.
It is now the centre for architectural design in Scotland, with a variety, large and small, of buildings and public spaces, as well as a number for museums and a wide range of shops.
The Arts Centre is an iconic building in the heart of the City.
Built in 1908, it has a number in its history, including the work of renowned sculptor Edwardian artist Thomas Hirst.
It also has a gallery, a library and a large park.
The construction of the art gallery was funded by the City of Glasgow in partnership with the British Museum.
The Royal Academy of Art is an exciting development.
It has been in use for some of Glasgow’s most prestigious exhibitions and has recently opened as part the new Royal Arts Centre, which features new works by some of Scotland’s leading artists.
It will offer an interesting mix of traditional and contemporary architecture, as it will be the centre from which a new art gallery will be opened.
The Royal Academy has also recently received the prestigious Victoria Cross for outstanding contributions to the arts in Scotland.
The City of Glasggow has also seen a large influx of investment in the area.