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'vernacular architecture with a gritty edge'

NORD has gained planning permission for 10 new dwellings at Havelock Street Mews in Glasgow's West End.

The development replaces a strip of garages in the courtyard of a tenement block. Each copper-roofed unit has groundlevel parking, with accommodation on two floors above.

Timber cladding and decking contrast with the sandstone of the tenement block, while staggered windows blur the boundaries between individual dwellings.

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