The architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott has not only designed the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, but also the Battersea Power Station and the Bankside Power Station, now known as London’s Tate Modern. Next to this, he designed the red telephone boxes.
Both the Tate Modern and the Anglican Cathedral are in the midst of redefining and rethinking their position towards how to be a public space for people.
In one of our interviews, Bishop of Warrington Richard Blackburn states that the Cathedral now needs to be a place of hospitality; where people, when they are interested, or awakened, in spiritual issues, should be able to look for answers in the Cathedral.
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