National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston, Jamaica (1976)
This project series documents consulting work for the National Gallery of Jamaica architectural competition in Kingston, Jamaica from 1976-1977. The office identified the project number as 7608.
For this project, John C. Parkin consulted on program requirements for the single-stage competition to build a new, 40,000 square foot national gallery for Jamaica. Parkin interviewed gallery staff and suggested requirements for gallery spaces, the relationships between those spaces, and technical criteria. Parkin also served on the jury for this competition.
The project is recorded through correspondence, programmatic materials and the competition brief dating from 1975-1976.
Materials in this project series have been kept in their original order.
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