Competition for the design of Guildford Cathedral 1931 - 1932
Booklet : ‘Conditions of final competition for designs for the Guildford Cathedral .
The competition was promoted by the Guildford Cathedral Committee. Five architects were selected to submit designs : Harold Gibbons; Messrs Thomas Worthington; A G Crimp; E Maufe and W S Palmer Jones. The architects were required to submit their designs by 25 June 1932. The Jury of five members were Earl of Middleton; Archdeacon of Surrey; Walter Tapper ARA; Curtis Green ARA and Philip Johnston . Various conditions relating to cost and size of the building are stipulated together with conditions and instructions for the format of the designs.
Cover and pages from ‘The Architect and Building News’ Special Edition containing the result of the Guildford Cathedral competition and seven drawings from Edward Maufe’s winning design. 23 July 1932
Photocopied pages from ‘Architect and Building News’ 23 July 1932.
Photocopied pages from ”Architect and Building News’ 29 July 1932, including the designs of all five finalists and a review of the winning design.
Photocopies: Background information on the ecclesiastical designs of J Harold Gibbons, with a tinted image of his competition entry. [n.d.]