MORE THAN JUST A CONFERENCE

Welcome drinks civic reception

The City of Glasgow will offer every delegate a warm welcome to our city and provide a free welcome drinks civic reception for all ISUF delegates. This will be hosted by the Lord Provost of Glasgow (City Mayor) who will personally welcome delegates and held at the Glasgow City Chambers. This impressive  100 year old architectural gem is home to the Glasgow City Council and represents Glasgow’s finest example of 19th Century architecture.

Places are limited to 500 people so do not forget to reserve your spot when registering.

Farewell conference dinner

When it comes to throwing a party, no-one matches Glasgow! And we have selected a truly special venue to host Farewell Conference Dinner. 

This is Strathclyde’s  own The Barony. Dating from 1889, this former church is a splendid neo-gothic confection in red sandstone on the edge of the Merchant City, right in Glasgow’s historic heart.  With its Victorian grandeur, The Barony is a spectacular contrast to the clean and modern lines of Strathclyde’s Technology and Innovation Centre.

The dinner itself will be hosted in the marvellous  Barony Great Hall: perfect for banqueting and chatting.

Walking tours out and about the city

For all ISUF’s visitors and guests, we propose a selection of walking tours showing a cross-section’of the city, how it grew and evolved and how it came to be the Glasgow we all know and love.  From monuments of past glories to best examples of contemporary architecture on display, from corners of everyday beauty, to places of struggle and conflict.

We have chosen for you five different walking tours around Glasgow: these are free to attend for all participants but bookings must be made in advance. You can pick your preferred tour option among those available during online registration and, if more places are available, during registration at the conference venue. 

Explore Scotland with day excursions

Depending on the number of participants and interest, we have organised full-day tours to tourist destinations in the beautiful Scottish Lowlands. These will take place at the end of the conference, on a Saturday. 

Each day-out excursion is has a cost of between £50.00 and £60.00 per person, depending on destination.Departure time for day-long excursions is approximately 9 a.m., while return is expected at 6 p.m. 

 Information on third-party single-day and multi-day tours to other Scottish tourist destinations will also be provided.

Do not miss out this opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful gems of Scottish lowlands, such as Edinburgh and New Lanark.

Contact info:

Department of Architecture
Faculty of Engineering
University of Strathclyde
James Weir Building
75Montrose Street
G1 1XJ – Glasgow
United Kingdom
Conference organisers:
info@isuf2021.com
Disability and accessibility enquiries:
+44 (0) 141 548 3097
architecture@strath.ac.uk

Find us

Technology and Innovation Centre
University of Strathclyde
99 George St
G1 1RD – Glasgow
United Kingdom

Contact info:

Department of Architecture
Faculty of Engineering
University of Strathclyde
James Weir Building
75Montrose Street
G1 1XJ – Glasgow
United Kingdom
Conference organisers:
info@isuf2021.com
Disability and accessibility enquiries:
+44 (0) 141 548 3097
architecture@strath.ac.uk

Find us

Technology and Innovation Centre
University of Strathclyde
99 George St
G1 1RD – Glasgow
United Kingdom