The Pyramid at Anderston

Glasgow, United Kingdom

The Pyramid at Anderston

The Pyramid at Anderston is a community-owned centre for the people of Anderston in Glasgow, which uses the building of the former Anderston Kelvingrove Parish Church.

Following a promotion within the Church of Scotland to construct less hierarchical church buildings in the 1950s, an open-plan Modern design with Brutalist traits, by the architectural firm Honeyman, Jack & Robertson, was adapted for the new Anderson Parish Church. The building consists of a 2-storey square-plan church with prominent pyramidal roof, with over 20 rooms. The foundation stone was laid in 1966, with a service of commemoration in the now demolished St Mark's-Lancefield Church. The building was completed in 1968.

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