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4 NELSON MANDELA PLACE (Ref:33233)

This building is in the Glasgow, City Of Council and the Glasgow Burgh. It is a category A building and was listed on 15/12/1970.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NS 5899 6552.

Description

A N Paterson (Campbell Douglas and Paterson), 1908-10. Edwardian Baroque. 5-storeys and attic, sunk basement, 3 x 5 main bays. Polished ashlar, channelled at ground floor. 1st floor deep corbelled balustraded balcony broken at 1st bay from E, Nelson Mandela Place; modillion cornice; balustraded parapet with raised, corniced dies. Open pedimented, keyblocked aedicule windows at angles in attic. ELEVATION TO NELSON MANDELA PLACE: giant open segmentally pedimented central doorpiece with lion mask corbels, plain flanking lights. 1st and 2nd floor shallow canted central tripartite bay flanked by vertically linked bipartite windows; ground floor windows corniced with incised architraves; 1st and 2nd in decorative architraves, 3rd floor 2-light, architraved windows with stone transomes; 4th floor architraved single lights. ELEVATION TO BUCHANAN STREET: repeats Nelson Mandela Place window arrangement with central advanced 3-bay section flanked by pilaster strips. INTERIOR: finishes by Wylie and Lochhead with Guthrie Wells and Scott Morton; plasterwork by George Bankart.

Notes

Built as The Liberal Club, became the Royal Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (latter moved to new premises 1987). Upgraded B to A 21.7.88.

References

B I Oct 16, 1907. A Dec 9, 1910. Studio Year Book 1909. Doak (ed) 1977, No 134. Information by courtesy of Buildings of Scotland Research Unit. Gomme and Walker, 1968 pp 225, 297. SR Archives, D of G 2/1909.

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