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St. Paul's Church, Glenrothes (Gillespie, Kidd and Coia)
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Administrative / Biographical History
St. Paul's Church, Glenrothes completed in 1957 was the first major collaboration by architects Isi Metzstein and Andy MacMillan. The Archdiocese required a building which could seat 300-350 people and contained a high altar, a side altar, baptistry, confessionals, two sacristies, call room and accommodation for a Priest and his household. The site provided by the Development Corporations was close to the centre of the new town of Glenrothes. It was roughly triangular, bounded on two sides by roads and at the back by a belt of mature trees. The buildings were placed on the higher portion of the site and are visible from a considerable distance all round. Metzstein and MacMillan's preference for deep, almost square top lit plan forms emerged with St Paul's.
The material has been arranged using original Gillespie Kidd and Coia project reference codes.
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