The Haldane Building is a recently refurbished facility containing open-plan studio spaces, staff rooms and meeting areas that form the heart of The Innovation School. Originally constructed in 1897, it has a rich history as a drill hall used by several infantry battalions prior to its conversion for academic use in 1967.
The building is located within the Garnethill Campus in Glasgow city centre, close to amenities including The Glasgow School of Art's Reid Building and library. The Haldane Building is used for teaching the BeDes and MEDes programmes, as well as several of The Innovation School’s postgraduate courses.
The Innovation School is located within Glasgow School of Art's city centre campus. It is easily reached by foot or taxi from Glasgow Queen Street or Central stations.
Haldane Building, 24 Hill St, Glasgow G3 6RN