Hamilton Mausoleum Trust and the Glasgow Institute of Architects invite design ideas to save the Hamilton Mausoleum and Keeper’s Lodge for the cultural benefit of future generations. Hamilton Palace was a large country house located north-east of Hamilton in Lanarkshire, Scotland. Registration Deadline: Sep 5, 2020; Submission Deadline: Sep 5, 2020 The Glasgow Institute of Architects, in collaboration with the Hamilton Mausoleum Trust, are launching an exciting design ideas competition in June 2020 for the iconic Hamilton Mausoleum and Keeper’s Lodge, located in the Low Parks in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. An exciting design ideas competition for Hamilton Mausoleum is open for entries. Hamilton Mausoleum Design Competition Hamilton Mausoleum Design Competition The Glasgow Institute of Architects, in collaboration with the Hamilton Mausoleum Trust, are launching an exciting design ideas competition in June 2020 for the iconic Hamilton Mausoleum and Keeper’s Lodge, located in the Low Parks in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. Hamilton Mausoleum (South Lanarkshire) Standing in open parkland to the north of the former site of Hamilton Palace (demolished .1921) the mausoleum is constructed of local sandstone and comprises a rendered podium rising over a vaulted crypt with a crowning ashlar drum and dome. Entries ranged from the sublime to the enjoyable ridiculous and we are so grateful to have received such a rich variety. The memorial director will guide you through all facets of the service; including memorial flowers, casket choices, appropriate music selection, and local accommodations. The caring funeral directors at St Mary's Chapel Mausoleum provide specialized funeral solutions designed to meet the needs of each family. Hamilton Mausoleum Trust and the Glasgow Institute of Architects (GIA) are inviting design ideas to save the Hamilton Mausoleum and Keeper’s Lodge for the cultural benefit of future generations. This competition seeks ideas for the re-imagining of the Mausoleum & Keeper’s Lodge and connections to the Low Parks masterplan. Ross Lambie of the Hamilton Mausoleum Trust observed: “The winning proposal by John Kennedy set out a robust and adaptable masterplan for the wider site, breaking the hinterland up into defined zones, each taking advantage of an existing underutilised attribute. Published 13 July 2020 This competition seeks ideas for the re-imagining of […] Hamilton Mausoleum Trust have been constituted and registered with the OSCR Scottish Charity Regulator and have teamed up with a number of … The Glasgow Institute of Architects, in collaboration with the Hamilton Mausoleum Trust, are looking for ideas for the re-imagining of the Mausoleum and Keeper’s Lodge, … The Glasgow Institute of Architects, in collaboration with the Hamilton Mausoleum Trust, are launching an exciting design ideas competition in June 2020 for the iconic Hamilton Mausoleum … Ross Lambie of the Hamilton Mausoleum Trust said: ‘The winning proposal by John Kennedy set out a robust and adaptable masterplan for the wider site, breaking the hinterland up into defined zones, each taking advantage of an existing underutilised attribute. The competition to re-imagine the Hamilton Mausoleum and Keeper's Lodge attracted a veritable cornucopia of proposals.
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