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Barely visible from the ski-road from Aviemore to the Cairngorms lies a seminal church building by Sir Ninian Comper, who was once described by John Betjeman as ‘the logical outcome of the Gothic Revival’. The following paper is based on research undertaken by the author for a conservation plan.
Wheeler & Sproson's design for St Columba's, Glenrothes (1958–62) proved to be a prestigious and liturgically-experimental one. This paper examines the circumstances surrounding its original commission, highlighting the significance of the project for Glenrothes New Town, Wheeler & Sproson and...
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