1843 – Glasgow Royal Asylum, Gartnavel, Scotland

Architect: Charles Wilson


An unusual design in Tudor Gothic, built in 1842-43, with the chapel completed in 1904. Initially built to hold 420 patients and later extended. Each range was U-shaped with the central section containing the main entrance, reception rooms and staff accommodation while the patients occupied the flanking wings.

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