THREE Glasgow building projects, including a city centre nightclub, have won top architectural awards.
The Corinthian Club, the Fore Street housing development and Maggie's cancer care centre at Gartnavel Hospital scooped prizes from The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland
The latest phase of work at Corinthian, owned by the G1 group, cost £4.5million and was praised its "opulence".
The £1.5m Fore Street development was designed by Hypostyle Architects for Whiteinch and Scotstoun Housing Association.
A new five storey block of flats has been built on Fore Street while in the backcourt there is a series of two storey houses and cottage flats.
The judges also praised the Maggie's Centre for its exceptional architecture.