Lasercut: St Peter's Seminary
A layered, lasercut, hand assembled 3D elevation artwork portraying St Peter's Seminary in Cardross designed by Gillespie, Kidd & Coia, 1966. Birch plywood is used to represent the beautiful terraced facade. The building was closed as a seminary in 1980 and gradually became a brutalist ruin. It was Category A listed by Historic Scotland in 1992, and in October 2005 was named Scotland's greatest post war building by the architecture magazine Prospect
Comes mounted on charcoal grey mountboard.
Material: Birch Plywood
Size: 28cm high x 35cm wide unframed
Can be framed in a black box frame
Edition size: 50