Edward Maufe – St Columba’s Pont Street (1955)
Built for the Scottish Presbyterian Church to replace a church that was destroyed by enemy action during the war, this is unusual in being built from stone. It’s very handsome, being built to make full use of the restricted site – with a church hall in the basement. Again, note the distinctive drain pipes, and the carvings above the doors. The sculpture is St Columba standing in his coracle, by Vernon Hill.