When so much of the 20th century was about the disappearance of architectural poché in the plan, in Scotland the persistence of “thick-walled architecture” is obvious, evidenced most recently at Benson & Forsyth’s museum in Edinburgh, but also in the work of Gillespie Kidd & Coia, particularly its religious work.
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