St Marys Catholic Cathedral, Edinburgh: Photos, Architect, Date, Building, History

St Marys Metropolitan Cathedral, Edinburgh : Architecture

St Mary’s Cathedral Courtyard Development by LDN Architects

St Marys Catholic Cathedral Edinburgh

Location: Top of Leith Walk, EH1 3JD
Date built: 1891
Architect: John Bigger

28 Feb 2016 – new photograph of the interior taken by architect Adrian Welch:

St Marys Catholic Cathedral Edinburgh interior

Exterior Images:

View up the lane towards the West:
St Marys Metropolitan Cathedral Edinburgh

View down the lan towards the North East:
St Marys Metropolitan Cathedral, Edinburgh

building facade – detail:
St Marys Catholic Cathedral Edinburgh building facade

St Mary’s Chapel built in 1813

Larger building created in 1891 after a fire

LDN Architects: St Mary’s Cathedral Courtyard Development

Photographs by Keith Hunter

Location: near St James Centre, north of John Lewis store, central Edinburgh

LDN Architects

St Marys Cathedral : RIAS Andrew Doolan Award for Architecture 2006 shortlist

Interior Images
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St Mary’s Cathedral Photographs © Keith Hunter from LDN Architects 170506

St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral Community Centre : Scottish Design Awards 2006
– Best Building for Public Use nominee




St Mary’s Cathedral Edinburgh – Episcopal: GG Scott Architect

St Marys Episcopal Cathedral
St Marys Episcopal Cathedral : photo © Adrian Welch

St Giles Cathedral Edinburgh




St Mary’s Church Haddington

Edinburgh church – also by LDN Architects : Marchmont St.Giles Church extension

Scottish Church

Featured Edinburgh Area Religious Buildings:

Rosslyn Chapel
Rosslyn Chapel
picture from architect

St Peter’s Church
St Peter's Church interior
photograph : Keith Hunter

Canongate Kirk
Canongate Kirk
photo © Adrian Welch

Tron Kirk
Tron Kirk Edinburgh
photo © Adrian Welch

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