The revamp of George Square has been one of the most talked about projects in Glasgow.

The designs by the companies taking part in the international competition to redesign the Square were revealed on Wednesday. The winning design will be announced on Friday, January 18.

Fountains, pavilions, wooded areas, installations, reworking of its statues and a tartan surface are among some of the proposals.

The redesign aims to revamp the square ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Click on the links below to see the proposed redesigns: this is your chance to comment in detail on the six visions.

The identity of the designs are currently being kept secret. However, for more information about the six architects who came up with the plans click the George Square: the designers link.


George Square: design one

George Square: design two

George Square: design three

George Square: design four

George Square: design five

George Square: design six

George Square: the designers


Here's a list of our recent stories, features and a letters special about the George Square revamp.

Judges still out over George Square design

George Square design decision delayed

Countdown to Square design

Letters Special - George Square

George Square revamp plan is too rushed

George Square consultation inadequate

Calls grow to halt George Square plans

Public 'ignored in Square design bid'

Give people of Glasgow a Square deal

Glasgow's George Square revamp proves a talking point

Opinion - Square deal must be right for the people

Six shortlisted designs battle to be the future of George Square

£15m revamp to close George Square until 2014

Six top firms bid to redesign George Square

Business leaders welcome George Square revamp

Council chief gears up for exciting times ahead

Public want city statues to stay in square

George Square revamp starts on Valentine's Day