Mosaic Architecture + Design, one of Scotland’s most experienced practices, has secured detailed planning permission and listed building consent for the redevelopment of 50 Bothwell Street in the heart of Glasgow city centre
This ambitious development will provide refurbished office accommodation with a subdivision of ground floor retail and with a new café and business hub at street level.
50 Bothwell Street has lain vacant since 2017. Along with comprehensive internal alterations creating a light-filled and activated atrium, the proposals include plans for an exciting redevelopment of the fifth and sixth floors within the roof to create impressive office floorplates, flooded with natural light and landscaped roof terraces for outside enjoyment and appreciation of the local skyline.
At ground level the extension of the public realm will be provided to Bothwell Street providing an enhanced entrance and activation of the street front with a new café and business hub.
The architectural design is a result of a collaboration between Mosaic Architecture + Design and the international design studio 10 Design.
Mosaic is working with an experienced design team to deliver the project and the wider team includes: Ryden, Woolgar Hunter, Hollis and Atelier 10.