This should really have been much earlier in this series as it is one of the most striking buildings in Glasgow – and Scotland as a whole.
The former Templeton’s Carpet Factory is by Glasgow Green near the People’s Palace and occupies a sort of square formed by Binnie Place, Templeton Street, Tobago Street and London Road.
This view from the People’s Palace shows the unique combination of eastern and Scottish influences. The West Brewery at extreme left side here:-
This is from a bit further along Templeton Street:-
Strong horizontals and verticals in the moderne style in this Templeton Street view:-
There is fantastic detailing in the upper brickwork:-
Junction of the “eastern” and “moderne” parts with Scots baronial thrown in to the mix:-
The eastern side of the building, off Tobago Street, has now been converted into flats:-
Further up Tobago Street:-
I had to stitch two photos to get the Tobago Street entrance doorway in. (It appears bent in this; it’s not really.)
The clocktower segment on the corner of Tobago Street and London Road has classic Art Deco lines:-
North side of building – converted into flats. Off London Road:-
Stitch of two photos of west end of London Road aspect. (Again the building isn’t Curved.) The West Brewery occupies this portion:-