The Mackintosh Building, in which my office is located in the basement, facing the cleared site. This is a masterpiece of late-Victorian and Edwardian aestheticism, the masterwork of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, in case anyone didn't know:
That rarest of views - a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, in fact.
The view west, looking across the Garnethill district (above) and the view south, towards the City Centre (below):
The view north-east towards the Cowcaddens flats
St Aloysius was designed by the Belgian architect Jean Ménart, a GSA graduate, and completed in 1910. Within, it contains the sort of detailing I really like about RC churches - garish colours and didactic decorative panelwork: