Listed Building

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460, 468 SAUCHIEHALL STREET, BAIRD HALL OF RESIDENCELB33195

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
21/07/1988
Local Authority
Glasgow
Planning Authority
Glasgow
Burgh
Glasgow
NGR
NS 58165 65999
Coordinates
258165, 665999

Description

Weddell and W Beresford Inglis, 1937. Modern movement,

8-storey former hotel. 12 unequal bays, arranged 3-1-4-1-3.

Brick with applied red tiles, now painted. Marble dressings

to ground floor. Metal casement windows, some altered on main

elevation.

ELEVATION TO SAUCHIEHALL STREET: central canopy over

entrance. W bays partially altered. Narrow bowed, recessed

windows flanking entrance. Canted semi-circular windows

rising from ground to 8th floor linked by parapet breaking

through roof line in 4th and 8th bays. 3 central fins rising

from 2nd floor pedestal. Fluted angle pilasters. 7th floor

fluted frieze.

E RETURN ELEVATION TO GARNET STREET: 15 windows, separated by

fins rising full-height in N bays, raised parapet over.

W RETURN ELEVATION: 4 bays repeating main elevation

detailing. Further plain N bays.

INTERIOR: Art Deco fittings. Staircase with fluted column

landings. Art Deco timber office at 1st floor centre.

Statement of Special Interest

Built as Beresford Hotel. Beresford Inglis was director of

Glasgow Hotels Ltd (the client). Cost $180,435.

References

Bibliography

Information by courtesy of Buildings of Scotland Research

Unit. McKean THE SCOTTISH THIRTIES 1987 pp84-5.

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