Interior Design

Reid Building, 24 students

Interior Design at The Glasgow School of Art is a vibrant Studio Community. A place where creative imaginations promote a deeper understanding of the potential and actual value of the spaces we inhabit.

It makes use of its location – a specialist Studio within a specialist Art School – to focus on how the nature, quality and potential of the interior can be developed. The Studio is central to such considerations. It is a place where we discuss, develop and define that which surrounds us. It is a place where we talk, make, draw and show. It is a place where we reveal how the world we hope to inhabit might appear, how it might feel and how it might be.

 

Catalogue

Interior Design Catalogue

Magazine

The Skinny Degree Show Special

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from Control Station

from Control Station

from Dear Fiction House

from The Fiction Journey

from Concept

from WAVE mental health and wellbeing centre

from WAVE mental health and wellbeing centre

from Concept

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from Wanderlust

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from Utopia Living/Artist Co-living Apartments

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from Reach for the Sky

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from Material Maven

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from Ground Floor

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from People

from The Lion Chambers

from People

from SECOND FLOOR – VIEW

from THIRD FLOOR – SCREEN

from GROUND FLOOR – ARCHIVE

from ARCHIVE 118

from SECOND FLOOR – VIEW

from Inside Out City Forum

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from Kokeshi Museum

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from Visuals- Atmosphere & a closer look into the project

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from Plans

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from Visuals- Atmosphere & a closer look into the project

from St Andrew’s Local Market

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from Micro Community Centre, Pollok Country Park, Glasgow

from Micro Community Centre, Pollok Country Park, Glasgow

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from Micro Community Centre, Pollok Country Park, Glasgow

from ‘The Deep End’

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from Warped Studios

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from Private Pods

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from RETAIL/MEETING SPACE

from HOW I CONDUCT DATA AND INFORMATION ANALYSIS

from CROSS THE BORDER

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from POLLOK COMMUNITY HUB

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from About

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from One One Nine Apart-Hotel

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from Entrance

from Entrance

The original clock tower presents the addition of a molten steel scultpure, that represents the act of pouring metal from high up cauldrons, in victorian foundries.

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from The Old Foundry

from The Foundry

from A Safe Home & A Supportive Community

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from Teachers Hotel Cooperative

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GROUND FLOOR ISO

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5TH FLOOR ISO

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1ST - 3RD FLOOR ISO

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