Brutalism in Glasgow: 10 of Glasgow’s most controversial examples of brutalist architecture

Brutalism has a real habit of dividing people’s opinions

Brutalism, with its bold, imposing structures and raw, exposed concrete facades, has long been a divisive architectural style.

In Glasgow, a city renowned for its rich architectural heritage, it has left an indelible - if not controversial - mark on the city.

From towering high-rises to the unconventional civic buildings, Glasgow boasts a collection of devisive brutalist architecture that has sparked both admiration and criticism.

In this article, we delve into the heart of Scotland’s largest city to explore ten of its most noteworthy and most hotly debated brutalist structures in Glasgow.

Whether you’re a local or a visitor - what do you think of Glasgow’s brutalist architecture, do you love it or hate it? Let us know in the comments!

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