Designed by Glasgow architects Honeyman, Jack and Robertson and completed in 1968 as part of the redevelopment of the surrounding area, The Pyramid was originally Anderston Parish Church. With its distinctive green copper roof, the B-listed building is a striking example of Scottish modernism.
In 2019 the building was bought out for the community. It is now a place “for people to connect, create and celebrate” and is undergoing extensive refurbishment. Home to 22 rooms, offices and workspaces as well as two large halls and a community cinema, The Pyramid serves as an inspirational space for music, performances, conferences and events.