A decision on the future of Scotland’s centre for architecture, the Lighthouse, could be made within weeks, the AJ can reveal
Gerry Gramms, urban design adviser for the city of Glasgow, home of the Lighthouse, said all the key players would be coming together to go through the possibilities for saving the centre. He told the AJ: ‘A series of meetings have been set up with all stakeholders, including the Glasgow School of Art, to discuss options for the Lighthouse.’
The Lighthouse went into administration on 25 August, a move that was blamed on a lack of income from commercial activities.
Since then normal activities have continued, and the administrators PricewaterhouseCoopers are leading efforts to find a future for the organisation.