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Year 3 Material (Full-time CF3)

Material created during Christopher Platt's third year of studies including the full time (CF3) projects relating to architectural design, initial studies, site analysis, and detailed drawings.
Full time year tutor: Alex Keith
Visiting tutors: Robin Webster, John Rae, and John Toumae.
Briggait project was an inspiration of Andy McMillan

Platt, Christopher

Year 1 Material C1

Material created during Christopher Platt's first year of studies. including projects relating to: understanding architectural design, pre-design stage site analysis, studying historical buildings, building construction, selected objects analysis, summer project.

Platt, Christopher

Working Papers of Francis Newbery

Working Papers of Francis Newbery. Reports and papers from Newbery's time as Director of the School. Papers as follows: DIR/5/38/2/1: Total Abstinence Pledge card signed by the School Janitor Alex Russell and countersigned by Francis Newbery as witness, in envelope, 07 Jan 1902 (1 item). DIR/5/38/2/2: Typewritten report on the Turin Exhibition by Newbery, 1902 (11 pages). DIR/5/38/2/3: Handwritten document: 'School of Art, Central Institution, Resolutions', regarding topics such as the scheme of work and the Scottish Education Department. Looks like comment on another document with paragraphs numbered, c1910 (6 pages). DIR/5/38/2/4: Correspondence and papers relating to the National Art Survey, 1909-1912 (1 folder).

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Wellington Street U.P. Church: South elevation

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing the south elevation of the Wellington Church. It shows the architectural details of the exterior view of the building. This item has another elevation but without a title, however, they all come from the original document designed by T. L. Watson.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Section on the line

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing section on the line of the Wellington Church. This material is a copy from an official document related to a "Proposed new buildings Hillhead". There is a signature of T L Watson, Thomas Lennox Watson, the architect who designed this church dated on Oct. 1882, Glasgow. This material has been used by the architect in the stage of the pre-design analysis study of the thesis project. It originally comes from "Strathclyde Regional Archives" with reference of: H/HIL/1882/152.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Section on the line

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing a section on the line of the Wellington Church. Although this material has no reference, it comes from the same official document that related to a "Proposed new buildings Hillhead" designed by Thomas Lennox Watson. It is in a small size (seems like it has been cut from a large sheet).

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Section A-A

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing section A-A of the Wellington Church. It shows the architectural details of the main structural materials and construction system. This item has another section but without a title, however, its gives the architectural details of the building structure and comes from the original document designed by T. L. Watson.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Elevation to University Avenue

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing the elevation to University Avenue of the Wellington Church and its front main entrance. Although this material has no reference, it comes from the same official document that related to a "Proposed new buildings Hillhead" designed by Thomas Lennox Watson. It is in a small size (seems it has been cut from a large sheet). This item has a torn edge (upper right hand side).

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Elevation to lane

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing the elevation to the lane of the Wellington Church. This material is a copy from an official document related to a "Proposed new buildings Hillhead". There is a signature of T L Watson, Thomas Lennox Watson, the architect who designed this church dated Oct. 1882, Glasgow. This material has been used by the architect in the stage of the pre-design analysis study of the thesis project. It originally comes from "Strathclyde Regional Archives" with reference of: H/HIL/1882/152. This sheet has a tear.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Elevation to Ann street

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing the elevation to Ann street of the Wellington Church. This material is copy from an official document related to a "Proposed new buildings Hillhead". There is a signature of T L Watson, Thomas Lennox Watson, the architect who designed this church dated Oct. 1882, Glasgow. This material has been used by the architect in the stage of the pre-design analysis study of the thesis project. It originally comes from "Strathclyde Regional Archives" with reference of: H/HIL/1882/152. This item has a long tear on its right hand edge.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Back elevation and sections

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing the back elevation and sections of the Wellington Church. This material is a copy from an official document related to a "Proposed new buildings Hillhead". There is a signature of T L Watson, Thomas Lennox Watson, the architect who designed this church dated Oct. 1882, Glasgow. This material has been used by the architect in the stage of the pre-design analysis study of the thesis project. It originally comes from "Strathclyde Regional Archives" with reference of: H/HIL/1882/152.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Plan of gallery floor

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing the plan of gallery floor of the Wellington Church. This material is copy from an official document related to "Proposed new buildings Hillhead". There is a signature of T L Watson, Thomas Lennox Watson, the architect who designed this church, dated Oct. 1882, Glasgow. This material has been used by the architect in the stage of the pre-design analysis study of the thesis project. It originally comes from "Strathclyde Regional Archives" with reference of: H/HIL/1882/152.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Plan of basement floor

A copy of architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing the plan of basement floor of the Wellington Church. This material is a copy from an official document related to "Proposed new buildings Hillhead". There is a signature of T L Watson, Thomas Lennox Watson, the architect who designed this church, dated Oct. 1882, Glasgow. This material has been used by the architect in the stage of the pre-design analysis study of the thesis project. It originally comes from "Strathclyde Regional Archives" with reference of: H/HIL/1882/152.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Plan of attics and ceiling

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing the plan of attics and ceiling of the Wellington Church. This material is a copy from an official document related to a "Proposed new buildings Hillhead". There is a signature of T L Watson, Thomas Lennox Watson, the architect who designed this church dated Oct. 1882, Glasgow. This material has been used by the architect in the stage of the pre-design analysis study of the thesis project. It originally comes from "Strathclyde Regional Archives" with reference of: H/HIL/1882/152.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Plan of area floor

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing a plan of area floor of the Wellington Church. This material is a copy from an official document related to a "Proposed new buildings Hillhead". There is a signature of T L Watson, Thomas Lennox Watson, the architect who designed this church dated Oct. 1882, Glasgow. This material has been used by the architect in the stage of the pre-design analysis study of the thesis project. It originally comes from "Strathclyde Regional Archives" with reference of: H/HIL/1882/152.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Street U.P. Church: Block plan

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper related to the thesis project showing a block plan of the Wellington Church. This material is a copy from an official document related to a "Proposed new buildings Hillhead". There is a signature of T L Watson, Thomas Lennox Watson, the architect who designed this church dated Oct. 1882, Glasgow. This material has been used by the architect in the stage of the pre-design analysis study of the thesis project. It originally comes from "Strathclyde Regional Archives" with reference of: H/HIL/1882/152.

Platt, Christopher

Wellington Church at Glasgow University campus: Site plan

A copy of an architectural drawing on sheet paper includes the main site plan related to the thesis project showing the main blocks and streets of the City of Glasgow focusing on Wellington Church at Glasgow University campus. This material is a copy from an official document related to The City of Glasgow urban site plan and has been used by the architect in the stage of the pre-design analysis study of the thesis project. It includes a few freehand sketches on the Wellington Church block, with some notes about: views, orientation, exits, pedestrian routes, and special places. This item has some torn edges.

Platt, Christopher

Weaver's workshop: Upper floor plan, 3rd submission

Free hand sketch showing the upper floor plan in scale 1:100 representing the third attempt to develop the weaver's workshop design especially issues related to the staircase position and the spatial arrangement of the two bedrooms and bathroom.

Platt, Christopher

Weaver's workshop: Section CC, final design submission

Architectural drawings on cartridge paper representing the final submission of the weaver's house project at Colonsay. The paper includes drawings of an enlarged section CC in scale 1:20, showing the construction materials which represents the vernacular building type, and finishing materials used on the building interior and exterior. Such drawing shows the architect's understanding on how to use the vernacular material and construction method to design new buildings suitable for new functions.

Platt, Christopher

Weaver's workshop: Roof plan and sections, 3rd submission

Free hand sketches showing the roof plan and section AA, BB, and CC all in scale 1:100 representing the third attempt to develop the weaver's workshop roof plan. The sheet includes the drawings of three cross sections all showing the main structural elements and materials used.

Platt, Christopher

Weaver's workshop: Plan, submission 1

Free hand sketch showing the initial idea to design a weaver's workshop including a plan in scale 1:100. This first submission represents the architect's idea to use a semi-circular shape to accommodate the functional spaces and the tools required for the weaving tasks.

Platt, Christopher

Weaver's workshop: Ground floor, 2nd submission, design in progress

Free hand sketch showing the ground floor plan in progress representing the second attempt to improve the design idea showing more details and rearranging the functional spaces and furniture accordingly.

Platt, Christopher

Weaver's workshop: Ground floor, 2nd submission

Free hand sketches showing the ground floor plan of the selected design idea including the main access to the site, wind direction, and North signal. This drawing represents the second stage of the development design process.

Platt, Christopher

Weaver's workshop: Final design submission, photos of a 3D model

Architectural photos on a cartridge paper representing the final submission of the weaver's house project on Colonsay. The paper includes four photos of a 3D model, described as:

  • "View looking towards entrance"
  • "Elevation facing prevailing wind"
  • "Courtyard side"
  • "Interior view showing double height work space & sleeping gallery".

Platt, Christopher

Weaver's workshop: Final design submission

Architectural drawings on cartridge paper represents the final submission of the weaver's house project on Colonsay. All in full details including furniture, levels, staircase, services, interior materials as well as the construction methods and materials. The paper includes drawings of:

  • Site plan scale 1:200
  • Lower plan scale 1:100
  • Upper plan scale 1:100
  • Section AA and BB scale 1:100.

Platt, Christopher

Weaver's workshop: Elevations, final design submission

Architectural drawings on cartridge paper represents the final submission of the weaver's house project at Colonsay. The paper includes drawings of four elevations (north view, east view, west view, and south view). All drawing are in scale 1:100, showing the finishing materials used on the building exterior elevations.

Platt, Christopher

Weaver's workshop: 1st submission, sections and elevation

Free hand sketches showing first submission sections AA , BB, and CC as well as two elevations - one facing east and the other facing west all in scale 1:100. These drawings show the basic elements within the workshop structure.

Platt, Christopher

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