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James Miller Architect : Architecture
Historic Scottish Architectural Practice: Design Office Information + Key Buildings
James Miller – Key Projects
Major James Miller Buildings, alphabetical:
Central Hotel, Glasgow, Scotland
Date built: Rowand Anderson 1879
Date built: 1901-06, for the part designed by this architect
image © Adrian Welch
Central Hotel Glasgow Building
The Central Hotel is a large 4-star hotel in the centre of the city. It forms the front of the Glasgow Central railway station on Gordon Street, directly adjoining onto the station concourse. It was one of Glasgow’s most prestigious hotels in its heyday, hosting residents as famous as Frank Sinatra, Big Atanu, Wee Barry Wyllie and Winston Churchill.
Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Scotland
Date built: –
Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire, Scotland
Date built: –
photo : AjW
Gleneagles Hotel is a luxury hotel near Auchterarder, Perth and Kinross. The hotel, which opened in 1924, was built by the former Caledonian Railway Company which also built the nearby Gleneagles railway station. The hotel itself once had its own dedicated railway branch line.
Between 1982 and 1986, £11 million was spent on renovation and since 1982 the hotel has been open all year round. In 1986, and every year since, the hotel has been awarded five red stars by the AA. The hotel was owned for 31 years by the international alcoholic beverage firm Diageo, until it was sold to a private investment company Ennismore in 2015.
The hotel was redeveloped in preparation for hosting the 40th Ryder Cup Matches in 2014 played on the PGA Centenary Course.
110 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, Scotland
Date built: 1920s
photograph from Holmes Partnership
110 St Vincent St by James Miller – original architect
With a Grade ‘A’ listed façade and original banking hall, 110 St Vincent Street is now a prestigious 9-storey office building. Behind the elegant classical exterior, the existing lavishly-detailed ground floor banking hall has been 100% retained with new floors added above, including an innovative additional rooftop floor with terrace.
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James Miller – Practice Information
Former Scottish architect practice
Born in 1860, died in 1947
Style: Mix of Scots Baronial and Art Noveau typical of Victorian age.
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