Creating unique design-led solutions for revolutionary architecture

Threesixty Architecture was founded in 2005 by University of Strathclyde graduate Alan Anthony and has grown to over 30 employees over two studios in The Garment Factory in the Innovation District and their second location in Inverness.

Their portfolio of work ranges across varying projects and sectors including urban master planning, commercial, retail, leisure, whisky, and industrial across the UK.

Threesixty were the first tenants of The Garment Factory in 2018, seeing its potential early on and acquiring the top floor as their new Glasgow base. It’s unique space with exposed ceiling and roof lights made it a perfect studio and home for the firm where they could put their stamp on the b-listed industrial style building with new design-led features including a ‘Jungle Room’, auditorium and model-making workshop. Their fit-out won the British Council of Offices Award.

Threesixty have taken on incredible projects such as the Port of Leith distillery – UK’s first vertical whisky distiller at 9 storey's high. They also completed the world’s first rewilding centre at Dundreggan and collaborated on the new Barclays Campus on Glasgow’s riverside. They pride themselves in not taking the standard approach and their projects distinguish themselves by showing exceptional strategic thought, vision and passion. They use their designs to support social, economic and environmental sustainability and care deeply about inspiring positive change through their designs.

The company also has a dedicated urban team focusing on urban regeneration projects. Threesixty Urban specialise in creating successful and sustainable solutions for rebalancing urban centres and high streets for the benefit of their communities, visitors and investors. They work with commercial, community and local authority clients such as Glasgow City Council where they have created a report for a new vision for Glasgow’s ‘Golden Z’. They have produced several government-funded thought leadership reports on the future of our high streets and how to make better use of our public spaces. These reports are helping shape the future of our town centres and informing city planners on best practices.

We knew for some time that we wanted to be in the vibrant and stunning Merchant City and our location in the Innovation District has strengthened a long-standing relationship and collaboration with Strathclyde University.

Alan Anthony, Managing Director

Alan Anthony