The Clyde's 21st Century Renaissance

Celebrating Doors Open Days 2012

In times past, the Clyde was known across the globe for the quality of its shipbuilding and heavy engineering. Now, as much of the industrialised riverbanks are reclaimed for other purposes, a distinctive, futuristic style defines the area that was previously known more for its dockyards and factories.

As our contribution to Doors Open Days 2012 we have selected some of the most significant new architecture of the new Clyde Waterfront - the buildings that have been transforming the local skyline over the last 15 years.

This image gallery illustrates our feature article, The Clyde's 21st Century Renaissance.

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