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The Glasgow Lighthouse has received funding for an initiative to transform its viewing gallery into a zero-energy space

The Lighthouse is the flagship project of the Glasgow 1999 celebrations. Designed in 1883 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the building was originally the office of The Herald newspaper and has been derelict for 20 years. It is now being transformed into an architecture and design centre by a project team which includes architect Page & Park, consulting services engineer Oscar Faber, Glasgow City Council, the Energy Design Advice Scheme and the Energy Systems Research Unit at the University ...


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