73 CRAIGPARK, OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH (Ref:33891)
This building is in the Glasgow Council and the
It is a category A building and was listed on 23/09/1994.
Group Items: N/A,
Group Cat: N/A,
Map Ref: NS 6101 6550.
1964-5 Gillespie, Kidd and Coia. Irregular quadrilateral plan. Brown facing brick. On sloping site with railed platform to east.
EAST FRONT: Low brick wall, timber-framed strip glazed at eaves, doorways to L and R, latter inset approached by brick-stairs. Dramatic tapering copper-clad roof raked in 2 directions from R to L, with deep eaves fascia.
WEST FRONT: Similar to east, but lower, parallel roof, glazing
band between main and lower roof.
INTERIOR: Divided into 3 bays by 2 rows of 3 concrete columns carrying main beams. Finished in facing brick, roof finished in pine. On W gallery with sacristy and confessionals below.
Firm awarded bronze regional medal of RIBA for this building.
R W K C Rogerson, Jack Coia: His Life and Work, 1986, pp 88-89.
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