The Hatrack Building in St Vincent Street, 2003.
Designed by James Salmon Jnr and built 1899-1902, the building is famous for its highly-detailed and abundantly-glazed Art Nouveau facade. Its popular name was inspired by the cupola, which has projecting finials that resemble the "pegs" of a hat rack.
Reproduced with permission of Ian Anderson
Art Nouveau, cupolas, Glasgow Style, Hatrack Building, office buildings