Brutalism and Culture: How St Peter’s Seminary is Already Shining in its Second Life

08 May of 2016 by

Built in 1966, St. Peter’s Seminary is hidden away in a forest 20 miles outside Glasgow. Image Courtesy of Courtesy Tom Kidd / Almay via Metropolis Magazine

Gillespie, Kidd & Coia’s celebrated St Peter’s Seminary—once voted Scotland’s best modern building—has for too long been a victim of fate, left to decay after it was abandoned just 20 years after its completion….
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