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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby My Kitten » Thu Oct 18, 2007 10:31 am

Saint Michael’s Parish was founded for West Dumbarton in 1946. The Foundation Stone of this building was laid by Archbishop Donald Campbell on 23 November 1952. The Church, designed by J.A. Coia of Gillespie, Kidd and Coia, was opened two years later on 23 May 1954. Like many of Coia’s creations, it is a listed building (‘B’ category).

The Church was built by L.K. McKenzie & Partners at a cost of £90,000. Building materials were still short at this time after the war so the original roof was of corrugated asbestos. This was replaced with copper in the early 1960s. The joinery work was carried out by Grants of Glasgow and each pew cost £27. Marble was installed by Toffolo Jackson of Thornliebank.

The large Crucifix behind the altar was donated by St. Patrick's High School that used to stand alongside the Church. The cost then was £90. The Church bell was cast in 1953 by Steven and Struthers of Partick, and is still rung every day at noon for the Angelus and on Sundays before Mass.

The Stations of the Cross were painted by John McLaughlin who at that time was principal teacher of Art in St. Patrick's High School.

The Statue of Saint Michael near the rear side entrance of the Church is by Benno Schotz (1891-1984), a well-known sculptor in Scotland, and was erected in memory of the parish priest at the time of the building of the Church, Fr. Jeremiah O'Leary, and the dead of the parish.

The Lewis Organ in the choir loft was first built in the High Church in Dumbarton in 1903 and accompanied worship there until Christmas 1976. It was rebuilt in St. Michael's and rededicated on 19 January 1981.

To mark the Golden Jubilee of the parish in 1996, stained glass windows were individually donated and parishioners contributed to the large Saint Michael Window in the choir balcony. The windows were designed jointly by the then parish priest, Fr. Harry Parkinson and Ormsby of Scarisbrick, whose artisans constructed them.


In preparation for the Golden Jubilee of the Church, celebrated at the Feast of St Michael in September 2004, the whole building was renovated and re-decorated under the direction of Fr. Bradburn, the current parish priest and the Fabric and Finance Committee.

The previous marble-effect Formica on the walls was removed and the walls re-plastered. A plaster ‘dado’ rail was introduced and all surfaces re-painted. The benches were re-stained and new carpet tiles were laid throughout the Church.

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Didnt make it inside to see how wonderous the refurbishment was
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

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GILLESPIE, KIDD & COIA: ARCHITECTURE 1956 – 1987
PRINCIPAL BUILDINGS


CHURCHES (17)
Category ‘A” listed - 5
Category “B’ listed - 6

St Paul's, Glenrothes, Fife
Date of completion: 1957
Present state/use: Extended and altered internally. Still in use as a parish church in 2007
Address: Warout Road, Auchmuty, Glenrothes, Fife
Listed Category ‘B’ 1987

St Paul's, Shettleston Road, Glasgow,
Date of completion: 1959
Present state/use: Some upgrading of the interior, of the altar and so forth, was carried out by GKC in the early 70s. Still in use as a parish church in 2007.
Address: 1651 Shettleston Road, Glasgow
Listed Category ‘B’ 1994

St Charles', Glasgow
Date of completion: 1959
Present state/use: Church hall added on to the north side in 1980. Still in use as a parish church in 2007.
Address: 9 Kelvinside Gardens, Glasgow
Listed Category ‘B’ 1992

St Martin's, Castlemilk, Glasgow
Date of completion: 1961
Present state/use: Exterior brick walls and shuttered concrete details have been concealed by a coat of harling. Still in use as a parish church in 2007.
Address: 201 Ardencraig Road, Castlemilk, Glasgow
Listed Category ‘B’ 1994

Church Hall, St Aidan’s, Wishaw
Date of completion: 1961
Present state/use: Still in use as church hall in 2007
Address: Coltness Road, Wishaw, Lanarkshire



St Mary of the Angels, Camelon
Date of completion: 1961
Present state/use: Restored 2004/5 by Michael Gray Architects. Still in use as a parish church in 2007.
Address: Glasgow Road/Watling St, Camelon, Falkirk, Stirlingshire
Listed Category ‘A’ 1994

St Mary's, Bo'ness,
Date of completion: 1961
Present state/use: Demolished 1988
Address: Dean Rd & Linlithgow Road, Bo’ness, Lothian

St Joseph's, Duntocher
Date of completion: Presbytery 1962, Church 1963
Present state/use: Destroyed by fire, remains demolished 1993
Address: Faifley Road, Duntocher, Dunbartonshire

St Patrick's, Kilsyth
Date of completion: 1964
\Present state/use: Restoration by the Brooke Millar Partnership was completed in 2000. The building was made watertight, new underfloor heating was introduced, and the copper roof was reinstated. The restoration architects were part funded in their 8 year long work by Historic Scotland and the National Heritage Lottery Fund. Still in use as a parish church in 2007
Address: 30 Low Craigends, Kilsyth, Stirlingshire
Listed Category ‘A’ 1994

St Bride's, East Kilbride
Date of completion: 1963
Present state/use: Campanile destroyed 1983 (see above chapter ‘GKC: An Appreciation, p----). A glass wall has been added separating the Lady Chapel under the gallery acoustically, if not visually, from the main part of the nave. Still in use as a parish church in 2007.
Address: Whitemoss Avenue, East Kilbride, Lanarkshire
Civic Trust Award 1964
RIBA Bronze Regional Award 1963
Listed Category ‘A’ 1994

St Benedict's, Easterhouse, Glasgow
Date of completion: 1965
Present state/use: Interior altered: a conservation and repair project by Donald Toner Associates was completed in Sept 2004, with the upper level choir loft extended into the nave and converted to glass fronted offices for a ‘community facility’. This facility is accessed by new external stairwell and lift. The rest of the building is still in use as a parish church in 2007.
Address: 753-755 Westerhouse Road, Easterhouse, Glasgow
Listed Category ‘B’ 1994

Sacred Heart, Cumbernauld
Date of completion: 1964
Present state/use: Exterior plastered over and painted. Interior largely unaltered, and still in use as a parish church in 2007
Address: Kyle Road, Kildrum, Cumbernauld, Dunbartonshire
Listed Category ‘A’ 1994

Our Lady of Good Counsel, Glasgow
Date of completion: 1966
Present state/use: Restored and reroofed , and front courtyard area retiled by Page and Park Architects, work completed in 2005. Still in use as a parish church in 2007.
Address: 73 Craigpark, Dennistoun, Glasgow
Civic Trust Award 1966
RIBA Bronze Regional Award 1966
Listed Category ‘A’ 1994

St Benedict's, Drumchapel ,Glasgow
Date of completion: 1970
Present state/use: Demolished 1991
Address: Drumchapel Road, Glasgow

Church Hall added to St Maria Goretti, Glasgow [byTS Cordiner, 1954-55]
Date of completion: 1968
Present state/use: Still in use as a church hall in 2007.
Address: 259 Bellrock Street, Cranhill, Glasgow

St Margaret's, Clydebank
Date of completion: 1972
Present state/use: Largely unaltered. Still in use as a parish church in 2007.
Address: Sinclair Street, Clydebank, Dunbartonshire
Listed Category ‘B’ 1994

Church of St Columba, East Kilbride
Date of completion: 1979
Present state/use: The Lutheran is a reformed but nonetheless liturgical church and accordingly gave this commission to GKC specifically because of their pedigree in designing Roman Catholic churches (see correspondence in archive). There are signs of remedial work having been carried out on the roughcast exterior and on the pitched roof tiling, and perhaps a complete overhaul thereof is due. Still in use as the only purpose-built Lutheran church in Scotland in 2007.
Address: 151 Westwood hill, Westwood, East Kilbride, Lanarkshire



COLLEGES (7)
Category A listed - 1
Category B listed - 1
Grade II Listed - 1

St Peter's College, Cardross
Date of completion: 1966
Present state/use: Closed as seminary 1980, used as drug rehab centre from 1983 until building finally abandoned in 1987, now derelict. Kilmahew House (John Burnet 1865-8) around which the GKC scheme was built, was demolished after a fire in 1995. In June 2007 St Peter’s was placed on the World Monument Fund list of the ‘World’s 100 Most Endangered Sites’ for 2008.
Address: Cardross , Dunbartonshire
RIBA Bronze Regional Award 1967
Listed Category ‘A’ 1992

The Lawns, Halls of Residence, University of Hull
Date of completion: 1968
Present state/use: Only six of the planned twelve blocks and a reduced scale centre building were finally built, and despite numerous attempts to restart the project over the next ten years or so, funding to carry on the work was never awarded by the appropriate government body. Still in use as halls of residence in 2007 and undergoing a refurbishment programme by Gammond Evans Crichton architects, which will be completed by 2009. Some bedspaces have been converted to kitchen and dining spaces; in Morgan and Downs double rooms in 3 halls have been converted to singles, and bedrooms in 3 blocks of Reckitt have already been converted to en-suite.
Address: University of Hull, Cottingham, Kingston-upon-Hull, England
RIBA Bronze Regional Award 1968
Listed Grade II 1993

Wadham College, Oxford, new buildings in Back Quad (including Blackwell's Music Shop and Holywell Court) and Library
Date of completion: 1971 music shop; new residence and library 1977
Present state/use: Music shop now in use as a restaurant called Holywell’s. The exterior is still intact and the atrium to the Back Quad still open. Minor alterations to library include glazed panels that have been added to internal balustrades for safety. The library, whose official but rarely used name is The Fedowsi Library, is now abutted by Richard McCormac’s student residence buildings. Still in use as a library in 2007.
Address: Holywell Street, Oxford, England
Concrete Society Award for library, 1978


Bonar Hall, University of Dundee
Date of completion: 1976
Present state/use: Still in original use in 2007. Initial design was much larger and included a theatre to E of the hall. This E part of project was dropped before design was complete (site to E occupied now by Dundee Rep designed by Nicol Russell Studio) and only the hall was built by GKC.
Address: Park Place, Dundee

Cumbernauld Technical College
Date of completion: 1978
Present state/use: New blocks have been added to the college and the interior has been altered. The phased internal work converted the gymnasium and added a mezzanine level there in 2005, and a whole new (and removable) entrance canopy along the front of the building was completed in 2006, and acts as a link, or ‘street’ to the new teaching block, also completed in 2006. All the work was carried out by Jenkins and Marr Architects under the approval of Historic Scotland. Still in use as an F.E. college in 2007.
Address: North Carbrain Road, Cumbernauld, Dunbartonshire
Listed Category ‘B’ 2000

Robinson College ,Cambridge University
Date of completion: 1980
Present state/use: A new auditorium, the Umney Theatre, in the former service area under the High Court, was completed in 1989 by Cambridge Design Architects. There is thus no longer a void in the centre of the High Court. The High Court itself was completely rebuilt in 2003 to secure against water penetration to the theatre. Much of the front entrance at the Lodge is now obscured from the road by mature trees and bushes. Still in use as a University College in 2007.
Address: Hershel road/Grange Road, Cambridge, England
RIBA Award

Glasgow School of Art staff common room
Date of completion: 1981
Present state/use: Still in original use but future uncertain as of 2007. The Glasgow School of Art considering demolishing on N side of Renfrew street, and rebuilding their campus there.
Address: Glasgow School of Art, Renfrew Street, Glasgow



SCHOOLS (9)
Category A listed - 2
Category B listed - 2

Bellshill Schools: Lawmuir Primary, Sacred Heart Primary, St Saviour’s Secondary
Date of completion: Primaries 1957, Secondary 1960
Present state/use: The two neighbouring primaries were built together as the same commission and on the same contract from the County of Lanark. They were referred to by the client throughout the contract as the ‘Protestant’ and the ‘Roman Catholic’ schools respectively. Both primaries have undergone some alteration but were still operating as intended and celebrating their 50th jubilees in 2007. The secondary school, St Saviour’s, was subsequently built beside and attached to Sacred Heart Primary. St Saviour’s was amalgamated with Cardinal Newman High in 1977, closed as a school (and link passageway (seen here) to Sacred Heart removed); and as of 2007 the front building to Hamilcomb Road is in use as a Social Work centre (ARCH) and the rear as a business and community centre (Orbiston Business Centre).
Address Lawmuir primary, Babylon Road,
St Saviour’s, Hamilcomb Road, and Sacred Heart, Liberty Road, Orbiston, Bellshill Lanarkshire

Kildrum Primary School, Cumbernauld
Date of completion: 1961
Present state/use: Permission was sought for demolition March 2004 (excluding the nursery). A fire caused serious damage to all parts excluding the nursery in June 2004. The remains were demolished in 2005, with only the nursery left intact. It has been reroofed and reclad and was still in use in 2007.
Address: Afton Road, Cumbernauld, Dunbartonshire
Listed Category ‘B’ 2000

Kings Park Secondary School, Glasgow
Date of completion: 1962
Present state/use: Renovated and reclad 2002 by Holmes Partnership. Internal layout replanned and on exterior given a double glazed curtain walling system. Still in use as a secondary school in 2007.
Address: Fetlar Drive, Simshill, Glasgow

John Ogilvie Hall, Primary School, Glasgow
Date of completion: 1962
Present state/use: School was closed as a part of the St Aloysius College in 1984 and subsequently demolished.
Address: Camphill Avenue, Langside, Glasgow


Howford School for the Handicapped, Glasgow
Date of completion: 1963
Present state/use: Secluded location has meant the school has been a target for persistent vandalism over the years. A fire started in 1995 caused some interior damage and graffitti is evident on the West elevation facing the street. Twirling anti-climb devices have been put on the roof edge around the internal courtyard, and nearly all of the clerestorey windows plus some of the random fenestration on the façade have been blocked over. Many of the ceilings have been lowered, and some new internal partitions have been added, new double glazing units have been put in place around the courtyard. Still in operation as a special school in 2007.
Address: 487 Crookston Road, Pollock, Glasgow

Our Lady and St Francis's Secondary School Extension, Glasgow
Date of completion: 1964
Present state/use: Closed as school 1989, operating as offices in 2007. Classrooms altered, some partitions removed.
Address: 72 Charlotte Street, Glasgow
Listed Category ‘A’ 1989

Our Lady's Girls' High School, Cumbernauld; extended and adapted to Senior Secondary School
Date of completion: 1968, extension completed 1974
Present state/use: Now a co-educational comprehensive secondary school, still in use and undergoing renovation work by Cullen, Lochhead and Brown Architects in 2007.
Address: Dowanfield Road, Cumbernauld, Dunbartonshire
Listed Category ‘B’ 2000

St Francis' Primary School, Glasgow
Date of completion: 1968
Present state/use: School amalgamated with St Aloysius College in 1995 and was shut down in 1998 and subsequently demolished. The site is now occupied by housing.
Address: 33 Briar Road, Merrylee, Glasgow

Notre Dame College of Education, now St Andrew's College, Bearsden
Date of completion:1969
Present state/use: The teaching blocks and the sports hall were demolished in the summer of 2007. The site was cleared to start the building of Bearsden Academy, a new Local Authority school, built on a PFI contract by AMEC. Of the 5 listed residential blocks 2 were demolished and 3 retained with plans in 2007 to convert them to housing, and more housing to be new built on the north side of the site .
Address: Duntocher Road, Bearsden, Dunbartonshire
Residential Blocks Listed Category ‘A’ 1998


HOSPITALS (2)

Bellshill Maternity Hospital and Nurses' Home
Date of completion: 1962
Present state/use: Closed 2001, demolished 2003, replaced by new housing development
Address: Bellshill, Lanarkshire
Civic Trust Award 1962

St Margaret's Hospice, Clydebank
Date of completion: 1971
Present state/use: New cladding has been added with a much smaller proportion of fenestration in the copper cladding. GKC added a new link corridor to the Convent in 1980. To the south of the original building a new one storey 30 bed unit in yellow brick with a pitched roof was added in 2007. Still operating as a hospice at that date.
Address: East Barns Street, Clydebank, Dunbartonshire

DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE (3)

Housing, Cumbernauld
Date of completion: 1961
Present state/use: Blocks have been given a complete postmodern-type overhaul including the addition of new skins of brown and blonde brick and tiling, and new timber detailing on the doors and the balconies. They are now almost unrecognisable as the originals although still in use as housing in 2007.
Address: Braehead Road, Kildrum Cumbernauld

Round Riding Development (sheltered housing), Dumbarton
Date of completion: 1967
Present state/use: Double glazing windows have been added throughout the development. West Dunbartonshire Council has a full renovation programme underway and by summer 2007, four of the thirty-six houses had been completed with a new roofing system and walls painted in a new terracotta shade. Work had not yet begun on the other houses.
Address: Bonhill Road, Dumbarton

Stantonbury housing, Milton Keynes
Date of completion: 1976
Present state/use: Mature trees and bushes now soften much of the hard surfaces on this development. Many of the houses are now owner occupied, although Housing Associations still run some of the estate. Still in use as housing in 2007.
Address: Walsh’s Manor (and other streets), Stantonbury, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England



COMMERCIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BUILDINGS (3)
Category B listed - 1

INSEK Laboratories, East Kilbride
Date of completion: 1970
Present state/use: Frontage to NE completely reclad in white panels with blue trim in 2000 by Parr Partnership. In 2004 further extensions to the rear (SW) of the building were made by Artemis Design Partnership. Otherwise the rear elevation is largely of the original brick, and is the only part instantly recognisable as the original. Most of the rooflights on the first floor terrace have been blocked over. Still in operation as office/laboratories in 2007.
Address: Birniehill, East Kilbride, Lanarkshire

Offices (originally for BOAC), Glasgow
Date of completion: 1970
Present state/use: Renovation and some reorganisation of the interior and circulation in the building was completed by spring 2007 and involved Keppie Design and Reid Architects.
Address: 85 Buchanan Street, Glasgow
Listed Category ‘B’ 1988

Museum of Modern Art (conversion of existing building), Oxford
Date of completion: 1987
Present state/use: The interior has undergone several refurbishments and a complete redesign, and only very few details from the GKC design --two sets of fire doors at the back of the main gallery-- still remain. The entrance way, interior spaces and café were all redone in 2002 by Block Architects and the gallery was then renamed ‘Modern Art Oxford’.
Address: Pembroke Street, Oxford, England
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby gordon » Sun Oct 21, 2007 1:26 pm

Aye, its disappointing they couldn't have done more with the blocks up at St Andrews, there's something really sculptural about them, when the light catches them a certain way.....

I've got a wee bit of a thing for that, whether buildings of that era functioned as they were intended is another discussion, but as sheer pieces of concrete sculpture, you really can't argue with the likes of Cardross etc.

I'd love to see them empty one of the tower blocks in Glasgow, take all the windows etc out and just leave it.....kinda like the Monolith from 2001!
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby dougie79 » Wed Oct 24, 2007 12:00 am

I'd love to see them empty one of the tower blocks in Glasgow, take all the windows etc out and just leave it.....kinda like the Monolith from 2001![/quote]

I agree mate. At least something should be left like that. They poured thousands into the tower blocks thinking it would answer the housing problems and look whats going on! Human filing cabinets! Flats in the sky?
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Tower Block

Postby Cyclo2000 » Wed Oct 24, 2007 9:37 am

What they should do is what was (partially, an element of social housing was maintained) done at Trellick Tower in London, sell them off to yuppies. Architectural nuts like me would not only jump at the chance of a cheap, beautifully designed iconic residence but would relish being amongst other like-thinkers - with the result that the block would be maintained.
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby gordon » Thu Oct 25, 2007 9:38 pm

Unfortunately, there aren't many tower blocks in Glasgow I would consider 'beautifully designed'!

The problem with situations like the Trellick is that too often, schemes like that like to call themselves 'regeneration', claiming they're going to solve all the problems of a particular area. Problem is, all that happens is you'll get the well off streaming into the area, buying up the flats which are totally out of the financial reach of the original residents in the area, their immediate needs/problems are of no consideration to the developers - gets in the way of putting up 2bed flats all over the place.....

But I digress.

Cardross is the shit.
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby My Kitten » Tue Jul 14, 2009 7:18 pm

St Peter in Chains, Ardrossan



Designed by Jack Coia in 1938, cost of £10,000. A listed too.
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby Vinegar Tom » Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:41 pm

Thanks for that :)
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby Doorstop » Wed Nov 04, 2009 2:31 pm

This thread now has a wee paper clip on the index page ..

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.. what does that signify? (I know it says attachments but other threads have attachments and no clip) I've not seen it on other threads.
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby Josef » Wed Nov 04, 2009 4:53 pm

Haven't a clue, DS. I wondered that myself, but thought it was just me. :oops:
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby Mori » Wed Nov 04, 2009 6:28 pm

Tool tips is comming up as (attachments). :?
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby Bridie » Thu Nov 05, 2009 10:26 pm

Love the BOAC building remember going in there just after it went up and thought it was really cool and trendy.
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby Bridie » Thu Nov 05, 2009 10:33 pm

gordon wrote:Unfortunately, there aren't many tower blocks in Glasgow I would consider 'beautifully designed'!

The problem with situations like the Trellick is that too often, schemes like that like to call themselves 'regeneration', claiming they're going to solve all the problems of a particular area. Problem is, all that happens is you'll get the well off streaming into the area, buying up the flats which are totally out of the financial reach of the original residents in the area, their immediate needs/problems are of no consideration to the developers - gets in the way of putting up 2bed flats all over the place.....

But I digress.

Cardross is the shit.


Very true! - the first bit not the bit about Cardross - never been to Cardross :D
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby My Kitten » Fri Nov 06, 2009 11:41 pm

I have a collection of stuff HERE

that has a wee bit more detail, not much yet but it's growing!
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Re: Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

Postby floweredpig » Sat Nov 07, 2009 12:07 pm

Amazing work MK.
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