Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Building, Architect, Photo, Date, Location, Picture, Design
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Architecture
George Gilbert Scott Building, northwest England, UK
post updated 2 Feb 2021 ; 20 Oct 2007
Cathedral Church of Christ in Liverpool
Location: northeast central Liverpool
Dates built: 1904-78
Design: Giles Gilbert Scott, Architect (1880-1960)
Competition Assessors: George Bodley & Norman Shaw
Entries from architects such as Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Giles Gilbert Scott submitted designs in the architecture competition for the proposed Liverpool Cathedral while still a pupil (22 years old). They were accepted in 1903 – ironically Giles was a Roman Catholic; G. F. Bodley became Scott’s architectural partner on the building.
After the death of Bodley in 1907, Giles Gilbert Scott redesigned Liverpool Cathedral, creating a revered Gothic structure.
Largest Anglican cathedral in the world, the construction over many years is
reminiscent – though not as severe as Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia in Barcelona
Consecrated in 1924, it was completed in 1978.
Location: Liverpool, Merseyside, north west England, UK
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Liverpool Anglican Cathedral architect : Giles Gilbert Scott
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Date built: 1933
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