We hold over 15,000 drawings from Gillespie Kidd and Coia Architects based in Glasgow, from c1933 to 1987. The majority of their designs were for churches, education establishments and housing in the west of Scotland, but the collection includes other buildings UK-wide. St Peter’s Seminary at Cardross is our most popular project in this collection. These drawings, plus job files and photographs, are extremely popular with students from a number of courses, including architecture and interior design, and can provide inspiration for new designs.


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Museum reference

The wider collection has reference GKC, followed by a project-specific series of letters.

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