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- June 1976-Sep 1976 (Creation)
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Cartridge paper sheet including five photos of the coach house taken by the architect focusing on the external view from different angles showing some details such as the junction of the roof, and details of ridge window where the large windows have been boarded up. One of these photos shows the front elevation of the coach house facing the driveway leading to Health Headquarters situated on the top of the hill above the coach house.
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Christopher Platt studied at the Mackintosh School of Architecture at The Glasgow School of Art between 1974-1981. He is co-Founder of Studio KAP architects and Chair of Architecture at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, where he was previously Head of School. His first 20 years of professional practice was spent in Glasgow, London, Oxford, Ethiopia and Berlin and was followed by 20 years combining academia with independent, reflective practice in Studio KAP and practice-based research both in Global North and Global South contexts.
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Dimensions: 422 x 295 mm
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Catalogued by Nada Al-Naemyi, work placement, Feb 2023.
Finding Aid Authors: The Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections.
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