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Gillespie, Kidd & Coia Gillespie, Kidd & Coia
Gillespie, Kidd & Coia were a Glasgow firm of architects which, from the mid-1950s, under the design direction of junior partners Isi Metzstein and Andrew MacMillan, produced a substantial body of...

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Architectural Audits Architectural Audits
Traditionally, building development and building appraisal has focused on the individual building and this raises justifiable concerns for Scotland's historic building heritage. This research surveys...

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Orienting the Future Orienting the Future
Non-places (Augé) are the ubiquitous everyday spaces of late-capitalist cities: airports, malls, supermarkets, motorways, hotels, banks, call centres, certain bureaucratic spaces. In contrast to tradi...

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The Renaissances of Scotland and Ireland The Renaissances of Scotland and Ireland
Many so-called late medieval buildings in Scotland and Ireland do not conform to the Perpendicular style current in England. Common characteristics of these building are features inspired by Romanesqu...

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