As restrictions are relaxing, and there’s a steady return to something that more closely resembles the way we’re all used to working, we wanted to let you know what this means for the way we’re operating now, as well as for future plans.
So, it’s been a few weeks since our last email to you all and, in this ever-changing situation, we wanted to provide a little update on inkdesign’s current operations.
Firstly, a message of thanks to our clients, contractors and colleagues for their patience and support with the challenges and uncertainty presented by the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). We also want to communicate the responsible steps that we are taking as a practice.
Once again, we’re pleased to be featured in the summer edition of ‘Homes & Interiors’.
Glasgow’s oldest mosque is set to shine brightly after a major redevelopment.
We’re pleased to be featured in the summer edition of ‘Homes & Interiors’, within ‘architecture18’
Saturday 3rd March saw members of the public, local action groups, councillors, as well as Glasgow’s Lord Provost, come along to Riverside Hall, in Govan, to witness proposed plans for the Graving Docks site.
Momentum is gathering around the proposed Govan Graving Docks project; a project which, if realised, will bring this particular area of the Clyde back to life, with a renewed focus on Glasgow’s maritime heritage.
At the end of last year, Urban Realm pulled together a summary of the best architectural practices at work. The team at inkdesign were delighted to be featured as one of the practices doing the most to reshape our built environment. An excerpt of this is shown below.
Architects behind new proposals for Govan Graving Docks