300 Bath Street, Glasgow
Unparalleled space: 300 Bath StreetIn the beating heart of Glasgow, 300 Bath Street has undergone an extensive refurbishment
In the beating heart of Glasgow where the city meets the West End, the building formerly known as Tay House, now 300 Bath Street,has undergone an extensive £3 million refurbishment with Michael Laired Architects, in which Gray & Dick was proud to play a part.
The recognisable and unique seven-floored building offers agile work settings featuring the largest floor plate in town, with natural light-filled floors of up to 30,000 square feet. The theme of connectivity permeates the revitalised 300 Bath Street. Whether that’s connections within workspaces enabled by the column-free interiors. Connections within self with a focus on wellbeing – the building has a fully equipped gym, accessible shower facilities and bike storage Or connections with the surrounding city.
300 Bath Street is a stone’s throw from Charing Cross Station and walking distance from other transport hubs, a 1-minute drive away from the M8 and only 14 minutes’ drive away from Glasgow Airport. Its proximity to local retail, restaurants, cafés and bars and the desirable living area of Finnieston means that 300 Bath Street’s location is unparalleled for those living the city life.
Making an entrance
An important part of the reimagined building is a new feature entrance which was designed and installed by Gray & Dick, from our Glasgow workshop. The redesign required the original ground floor entrance to be closed off and converted into a business lounge and a new, more spacious and sheltered entrance created further along Bath Street.
Gray & Dick utilised its specialist architectural and structural glazing expertise to fabricate and instal a new steel and glass feature entrance canopy. The steelwork soffits were created from Rimex metals – a specialist and sustainable metal supplier. The matte black metal design was in keeping with the original building.
The canopy’s champagne-coloured cladding was carved out of the Bath Street elevation with complementary infill glazing and finishes to match the existing façade and create a welcoming sense of arrival. Gray & Dick was also tasked with internal structural design elements of the new entrance. We supplied and fitted perforated aluminium screens in both the entrance and reception area. The end result is a reimagined, reconfigured and revitalised 300 Bath Street that will no doubt support businesses within the building and the surrounding area well into the future.
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