Gavin McConnell (1923-2014)

A series of short essays on the diverse and fascinating work of a selection of Scotland’s talented local architects and architects’ departments.

The Dictionary of Scottish Architects is an online dictionary that covers the period 1600-1980 with full biographical details and comprehensive job lists for many architects, architectural practices and public sector architects’ departments in Scotland. 

Through a series short essays we are drawing attention to a number of individuals in the Dictionary of Scottish Architects who have received little attention so far in standard published texts.

To find out more about architects in this essay and the Dictionary of Scottish Architects, visit 

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