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Graeme Nicholls reveals proposal for O-shaped Glasgow housing scheme


Something else of interest - given that (as well as being architecture) it's tenements rather than a dog track - is the impact of the curved form on the internal planning (of which there is no hint). Wedge-shaped spaces can be far less awkward to furnish when they're large and not (presumably) fairly compact tenements. Perhaps it's time that IKEA started marketing 'snap-off' furniture for the masses that can be adjusted for awkward corners.

Posted date

22 May, 2020

Posted time

10:19 am