Giles Gilbert Scott - Works


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St Botolph's Church Carlton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire 1896–97 designed by Temple Moore with Scott as clerk of works
Liverpool Cathedral Liverpool 1903–1960 completed posthumously in 1978
Nanfans (private house) Prestwood, Buckinghamshire 1903
Chapel in London Road Harrow, London 1905–06
Church of the Annunciation (RC) Bournemouth, Dorset 1906
Church of the Holy Ghost Midsomer Norton, Somerset 1907–1913 conversion of a tithe barn for use as a church
Nave seating, All Saints' Church Bubwith, Yorkshire 1909
East window, St Giles's Church Burnby, Yorkshire 1909
Our Lady Star of the Sea and St Maughold Church (RC) Ramsey, Isle of Man 1909–12
Nave, St Mary's Church Bury, Lancashire c. 1910
St Joseph's Church (RC) Sheringham, Norfolk 1910–1936
Chester Cathedral, restoration Chester, Cheshire 1911–13 cloisters, east window of refectory, rood in the crossing
Chancel of All Hallows' Church Gospel Oak, London 1913–15
Church of Our Lady of the Assumption (RC) Northfleet, Kent 1913–16
Lady Chapel reredos, St Michael's Church (RC) Elswick, Newcastle upon Tyne 1914
Rood Beam, St Deiniol's Church Hawarden, Flintshire 1915–16
St Paul's Church, Stoneycroft Liverpool 1916
129 Grosvenor Road London c. 1918 loggia, private house for Arthur Stanley
Chancel, St Catherine's Church Pontypridd, Glamorgan 1919
War memorial Hanmer, Flintshire 1919
War memorial Hawarden, Flintshire 1919–20
War memorial, St Saviour's Church Oxton, Birkenhead, Cheshire 1920
War memorial cross, Our Lady of Victories Church (RC) Clapham, London 1920
Alterations to south chancel chapel, Church of St Mary Abbot Kensington, London 1920–21
War Memorial Chapel Church of St Michael, Chester Square Belgravia, London 1920–21
Rectory War memorial tablet and northern aisle screen, Holy Trinity Church Trefnant, Denbighshire 1921
New church, Ampleforth Abbey Gilling East, Yorkshire 1922 not completed until 1961
Extensions to Junior House, Ampleforth College Gilling East, Yorkshire 1920s -1930s
Memorial Court, Clare College Cambridge 1923–34
Nave and monument to Abbot Ramsay Downside Abbey, Somerset c. 1923–25
K2 Red telephone box 1924
Reconstruction of St George's Church Kidderminster, Worcestershire after 1924
War memorial, All Saints' Church Wigan, Lancashire 1925
Our Lady and St Alphege Church (RC) Bath, Somerset c. 1927
Church of St Alban and St Michael Golders Green, London 1925 built 1932–33
Chester House, Clarendon Place Paddington, London 1925–26 his own home
Charterhouse School chapel Godalming, Surrey 1922; completed and consecrated 1927 the largest war memorial in England
War memorial (Market Square), and municipal roll of honour in the Harris Museum Preston, Lancashire 1923–27; completed and unveiled 1927
All Saints' Church Wallasey, Cheshire 1927–39 uncompleted
Church of St Michael Ashford, Surrey 1928 uncompleted
Memorial Chapel Bromsgrove School Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 1928–39
Continuation of the north range, St Swithun's Buildings, Magdalen College Oxford 1928–30
William Booth Memorial Training College Camberwell, London 1929
St Ninian's Church (RC) Restalrig, Edinburgh 1929 uncompleted
Church of Our Lady and St Alphege Oldfield Park, Bath 1929
St Francis of Assisi Church High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire 1929–30
Whitelands College Wandsworth 1929–31
Plinth for statue of Sir Joshua Reynolds Burlington House Piccadilly, London 1929–31
Battersea Power Station London 1929–35 consultant on exteriors
North East Tower, Our Lady of Grace and St Edward Church (RC) Chiswick, London 1930
K3 Red telephone box 1930
Phoenix Theatre Charing Cross Road London 1930 with Bertie Crewe
Altar, St Augustine's Kilburn, London 1930
St Columba's Cathedral Oban, Argyll 1930–53
Cropthorne Court private residences) Maida Vale, London 1930–37
Apse and north tower, Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea (RC) Broadstairs, Kent 1930–31
Classroom range, Gilling Castle Gilling East, Yorkshire after 1930
St Andrew's Church Luton 1931–32
Chapel and college buildings, Lady Margaret Hall Oxford 1931
New University Library Cambridge 1931–34
Whitelands College, West Hill Putney, London 1931
Vincent House, Vincent Square Westminster 1932 consultant
Clergy House for St Francis of Assisi Church High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire 1933
Guinness Brewery Park Royal, London 1933–35 demolished 2006
Buildings in north court, Trinity Hall Cambridge 1934
Font Church of St Michael, Chester Square Belgravia, London 1934
Additions to St Joseph's Church (RC) Sheringham, Norfolk 1934
Restoration of St Etheldreda's Church (RC), Ely Place Holborn, London 1935
Fountains House, Park Lane London 1935–38 consultant
K6 red telephone box 1935
Main Building, University of Southampton Southampton, Hampshire 1935 in association with Gutteridge and Gutteridge
Private house, 22 Weymouth Street Marylebone, London 1936
New Bodleian Library Oxford 1937–40
Alterations to barn at Denham Golf Club Denham, Buckinghamshire 1938
St Anne's College Oxford 1938
High pedestal for King George V monument, Old Palace Yard Westminster 1939
North and South Blocks, County Hall London 1939 and 1950–58
Waterloo Bridge London 1937–40
Kepier power station Durham 1940s never built
Chamber of the House of Commons Westminster 1945–50
War memorial, St John the Baptist Church Penshurst, Kent 1947
Forth Road Bridge Edinburgh 1947 consultant
Bankside Power Station London 1947, constructed 1957–60 now Tate Modern art gallery
Extension to St Anne's College Oxford 1949–51
Rye House Power Station Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire c. 1952 demolished early 1990s
St Leonard's Church St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex 1953–61 with his brother Adrian
Roof for the bomb-damaged Guildhall City of London 1953–54
Extension at Clare Memorial Court Clare College Cambridge 1953–55
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church (RC) Kensington, London 1954–59
St Anthony's Church (RC) Preston, Lancashire 1954–59
Offices for the City of London Corporation Guildhall City of London 1955–58 alterations and refurbishment proposed
Chapel of Trinity College Toronto, Canada 1955
North Tees Power Station Billingham, County Durham 1950s demolished
St Mark's Church Biggin Hill, Kent 1957–59
Church of Christ the King (RC) Plymouth, Devon 1961–62 built posthumously

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