St John’s Cathedral
The architect for St John’s Cathedral, the largest Cathedral in Queensland and fifth largest in Australia, was John Loughborough Pearson, a noted English exponent of the Gothic Revival Movement in the 1880s. St John’s was the second of only two cathedrals designed and executed by Pearson (the other was Truro Cathedral, Cornwall England) and is considered the finer building of the two.
Conrad Gargett have provided documentation for the construction of this cathedral since 1900. Since that time, documentation has evolved from hand drafted linen to digital drawing profiles fed directly to a robotic wire masonry saw at the quarry.
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