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Pilgrim Congregational Church (1958 - S.431)
  FLOOR PLAN    2015 EXTERIOR    2015 INTERIOR 
 

Pilgrim Congregational Church Floor Plan

 

Frank Lloyd Wright utilized an equilateral triangle module, each side of the triangle equaled four feet. Floor Plan courtesy of William Storrer.

 
 
 
Pilgrim Congregational Church Exterior - By Douglas M. Steiner (2015)
     
The Fellowship Hall is set on a hillside, so as you approach the church from the parking lot, the church is below you. The roof is suspended below the beams, a unique feature of this Wright design, and the only completed building to utilize this feature.
The precast concrete poles at the entry are on the exterior of the building, those to the South begin on the interior of the fellowship Hall and continue up and out through the roof. The rubble masonry walls are constructed of natural stone set in concrete. Walls contain 91 tons of rock gathered by church members. Concrete sidewalks and interior floors are Cherokee Red.
       Visitors and church members pass through three concrete beams as they enter the Fellowship Hall. Three as in three sides to a triangle, three parts of the Trinity. Beams are set at a 60 degree angle to the Fellowship Hall, consistent with the angle of an equilateral triangle. Beams intersect and pass through the roof, then follows the same angle as the roof itself.
         On this west side of the Fellowship Hall, precast concrete beams begin on the exterior of the building, cut inside the Fellowship Hall and continue through the roof. The top portion of the Fellowship Hall's West wall leans out at 60 degrees and are penetrated by concrete beams. The design for the Church is based on an equilateral triangle module, which is inscribed in the concrete floor. Each of the three sides are four feet long. A Balcony wraps around the South end of the Fellowship Hall. The West side of the fellowship Hall is a wall of glass.
       The classroom wing is formed by three equilateral triangles. The Play Court is enclosed by a concrete rubble wall. The Cherokee Red concrete floor continues out past the walls into the the Play Court, tying the interior with the exterior.

       This set of 68 images were photographed on June 19, 2015 by Douglas M. Steiner, Copyright 2015.
     
1) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. The Fellowship Hall is set on the hillside, so as you approach the church from the parking lot, the church is below you. The classrooms are on the left, the Fellowship Hall is on the right. The roof is suspended below the beams, a unique feature of this Wright design, and the only completed building to utilize this feature. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. All photographs copyright 2015, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2015.15.0615-1)
 
2) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. The Fellowship Hall entrance is in the center. The unbuilt main sanctuary is to the right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-2)
 
3) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. Although the precast concrete poles at the entry are on the exterior of the building, those to the South (left) begin on the interior of the fellowship Hall and continue up and out through the roof. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-3)
 
4) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. Stairs lead down to the Entrance. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-4)
 
5) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. The roof is suspended below the beams, a unique feature of Frank Lloyd Wright's design, and the only completed building to utilize this feature. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-5)
 
6) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. Frank Lloyd Wright's rubble masonry walls are constructed of natural stone set in concrete. Walls contain 91 tons of rock gathered by church members. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-6)
7) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. Detail of the concrete mass. The concrete mass is hollow, includes the kitchen, Fellowship Hall fireplace and stairs to an upper room. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-7)
 
8) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. Detail of the precast concrete poles. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-8)
9) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Stairs lead down to the Entrance. Concrete sidewalks and interior floors are Cherokee Red. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-9)
 
10) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Visitors and church members pass through three concrete beams as they enter the Fellowship Hall. Three as in three sides to a triangle, three parts of the Trinity. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-10)
 
11) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Beams are set at a 60 degree angle to the Fellowship Hall, consistent with the angle of an equilateral triangle. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-11)
 
12) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Beams intersect and pass through the roof, then follows the same angle as the roof itself. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-12)
 
13) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Beams intersect the stairs at a 60 degree angle. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-13)
 
14) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Detail of the concrete beam. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-14)
 
15) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Note the curious space between the end of the stairs on the left and the wall on the right. Did Wright intend to fill the space, possibly with plantings or vegetation? 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-15)
 
16) Pilgrim Congregational Church. On the South side of the Entrance, the roof fascia intersects with the concrete rubble wall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-16)
 
17) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Detail  of the roof fascia as it intersects with the concrete rubble wall.  20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-17)
 
18) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Detail of the concrete rubble wall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-18)
 
19) Pilgrim Congregational Church. As the Play Court's concrete rubble wall intersects with the Fellowship Hall's concrete rubble wall, a built-in planter forms half of a equilateral triangle. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-19)
 
20) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. The classroom wing is seen in the background. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-20)
 
21) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northeast. The classroom wing is on the far right, the door to the Fellowship Hall is to the far right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-21)
 
22) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northeast. The roof is suspended below the beams, a unique feature of this Wright design, and the only completed building to utilize this feature. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-22)
 
23) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northeast. As we move back to the parking lot and move around the church building, the building seams to blend with the landscape. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-23)
 
24) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northeast. The Fellowship Hall as seen from the parking lot. The unbuilt Sanctuary would be to the right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-24)
 
25) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. The end of the Fellowship Hall is walled off where where it would join the unbuilt Sanctuary. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-25)
 
26) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. The sidewalk leads to the West side of the Fellowship Hall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-26)
 
27) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. The end of the Fellowship Hall is walled off where where it would join the unbuilt Sanctuary. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-27)
 
28) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northwest. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-28)
 
29) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. On this west side of the Fellowship Hall, precast concrete beams begin on the exterior of the building, cut inside the Fellowship Hall and continue through the roof. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-29)
 
30) Pilgrim Congregational Church Fellowship Hall. Detail of the roof gutter system. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-30)
 
31) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northwest. Beams are set at a 60 degree angle to the Fellowship Hall and rise out of the ground at 60 degrees, consistent with the angle of an equilateral triangle. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-31)
 
32) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northwest. The West side of the fellowship Hall is a wall of glass. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-32)
 
33) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northwest. The top portion of the Fellowship Hall's West wall leans out at 60 degrees and are penetrated by concrete beams. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-33)
 
34) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northwest. The design for the Church is based on an equilateral triangle module, which is inscribed in the concrete floor. Each of the three sides are four feet long. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-34)
 
35) Detail of the equilateral triangle module, which is inscribed in the concrete floor. Each sides is four feet long. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-35)
 
36) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northwest. A Balcony wraps around the South end of the Fellowship Hall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-36)
 
37) Detail of the concrete rubble wall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-37)
 
38) Detail of a misplaced planter. This planter appears to be the planter that was placed in front of the large pulpit at the front of the Fellowship Hall. See: The California Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, p.118. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-38)
 
39) Detail of the equilateral triangle module, which is inscribed in the concrete floor. Each sides is four feet long. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-39)
 
40) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. The West side of the fellowship Hall is a wall of glass. The Entrance can be seen through the windows on the right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-40)
 
41) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. There are three sets of double doors on the West side. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-41)
 
42) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. A balcony overhangs the doors to the lower level. A ramp leads to the Entrance of the lower level. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-42)
 
43) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. The Fellowship Hall is on the left, Kitchen and upper office in the center stone mass, and class rooms to the right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-43)
 
44) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the South. The ramp on the left leads to the Entrance of the lower level. The Kitchen and upper office is in the center stone mass, the class rooms are to the right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-44)
 
45) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. A balcony overhangs the doors to the lower level. A ramp leads to the Entrance of the lower level. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-45)
 
46) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. A balcony overhangs the doors to the lower level. A ramp leads to the Entrance of the lower level. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-46)
 
47) Detail of the lower concrete rubble wall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-47)
 
48) View of the South end of the Fellowship Hall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-48)
 
49) View of the Entrance to the lower level of the Fellowship Hall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-49)
 
50) Detail of the concrete rubble wall on the Southern wall of the Fellowship Hall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-50)
 
51) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the South, standing on the balcony, looking up at the South end of the Fellowship Hall. The Window adds light to the interior sanctuary. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-51)
 
52) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the South. The Window adds light to the interior sanctuary, the door leads to a closet. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-52)
 
53) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the South. The Fellowship Hall is on the far left, the Kitchen and upper office is in the stone mass, the class rooms are to the right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-53)
 
54) Detail of the roof intersecting with the stone mass. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-54)
 
55) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the South. Windows set just below the roof, offer privacy as well as soft light into the interior. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-55)
 
56) Detail of the Roof fascia. Although not an equilateral triangle, a triangle non the less. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-56)
 
57) This detail of the Roof fascia can be seen on the exterior and interior of the building. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-57)
 
58) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. The Southeast end of the class rooms form one side of the equilateral triangle. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-58)
 
59) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southeast. A concrete rubble wall runs the length of the Southeast end of the class room wing. Windows set just below the roof, offer privacy as well as soft light into the interior. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-59)
 
60) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. The walls contain 91 tons of rock gathered by church members, sometimes loaded in the back of family stationwagons. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-60)
 
61) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. The classroom wing is formed by three equilateral triangles. This corner of the classroom forms one end of a triangle. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-61)
 
62) This detail of the East corner of the class room wing. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-62)
 
63) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southeast. The classroom wing is formed by three equilateral triangles. This corner of the classroom forms end of a triangle. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-63)
 
64) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. The Kitchen and upper office are on the left, within the stone mass, the Fellowship Hall is on the right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-64)
 
65) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southeast. The Play Court is enclosed by a concrete rubble wall.. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-65)
 
66) View of the enclosed Play Court. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-66)
 
67) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. The Cherokee Red concrete floor continues out past the walls into the the Play Court, tying the interior with the exterior. The Entrance to the Fellowship Hall is to the far right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-67)
 
68) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. After circling the building counter clockwise, we end up back at the entrance to the Fellowship Hall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.15.0615-68)
 
 
 
Pilgrim Congregational Church Interior - By Douglas M. Steiner (2015)
     
The Concrete beams on the East side of the Fellowship Hall begin on the interior of the building. Concrete beams on the West side  begin outside, cut through the wall, then continue though the roof. The floor is tinted Cherokee red. Low stairs lead up to the Sanctuary. A fireplace is set into the two-story rubble stone mass. The hexagon ceiling lights are created with six equilateral triangles then set within triangles.
       Clerestory stained glass windows, created with "Slag" or chunks of glass, are set on the East side of the Fellowship Hall. Seven windows were added in 1976.
       Like in many of Wright's homes and buildings, the ceiling on the East side is lowered, so as you move toward the center of
  the room, the contrast accentuates the height. The top portion of the Fellowship Hall's West wall leans out at 60 degrees and are penetrated by concrete beams. The Cherokee red floors continue from the inside, beyond the glass wall to the outside.
       The Alter (table) appears to be designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, or in his style. The wood trim that runs along the West wall of glass at the top of the windows, continues at the same height throughout the room. The concrete rubble walls on either side of the Entrance are angled at 120 degrees, the same angle seen in the ceiling light fixtures. No matter where the eye travels, use of the triangle permeates the design of the Fellowship Hall.

       This set of 23 images were photographed on June 19, 2015 by Douglas M. Steiner, Copyright 2015.
     
1) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. Concrete beams on the East side (left), begin on the interior of the building. Concrete beams on the West side (right), begin outside, cut through the wall, then continue though the roof. The floor is tinted Cherokee red. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-1)
 
2) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. Low stairs lead up to the Sanctuary. A fireplace is cut into the two-story rubble stone mass on the left side. The right half is a solid concrete rubble wall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-2)
 
3) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Hexagons are created with six equilateral triangles. These lights are set within triangles. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-3)
 
4) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. Clerestory stained glass windows, created with "Slag" or chunks of glass, are set on the East side of the Fellowship Hall. Seven windows were added in 1976. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-4)
 
5) Pilgrim Congregational Church stained glass windows were created with "Slag" or chunks of glass. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-5)
 
5A) Detail of the stained glass windows. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-5A)
 
6) Pilgrim Congregational Church. Detail of the Interior woodwork. Although not an equilateral triangle, a triangle non the less. This detail of the Roof fascia can be seen on the exterior and interior of the building. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-6)
 
7) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the North. Concrete beams on the East side, begin on the interior of the building then continues though the roof. Like in many of Wright's homes and buildings, the ceiling on this side is lowered. As you move toward the center of the room, the contrast accentuates the height. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-7)
 
8) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. On this west side of the Fellowship Hall, precast concrete beams begin on the exterior of the building, cut inside the Fellowship Hall then continue through the roof. The top portion of the Fellowship Hall's West wall leans out at 60 degrees and are penetrated by concrete beams. The Cherokee red floors continue from the inside, beyond the glass wall to the outside. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-8)
 
9) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. The top portion of the Fellowship Hall's West wall leans out at 60 degrees and are penetrated by concrete beams. The precast concrete beams cut inside the Fellowship Hall then continue out through the roof. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-9)
 
10) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northwest. The fireplace is set into the two-story rubble stone mass. Low stairs lead up to the Sanctuary on the right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-10)
 
11) Detail of the Interior woodwork which intersects with the concrete rubble wall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-11)
 
12) Detail of the stairs that lead up to the Sanctuary on the right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-12)
 
13) The Alter (table) appears to be designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, or in his style. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-13)
 
14) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Northwest. The two-story rubble stone mass is on the left, the right side is a solid concrete rubble wall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-14)
 
15) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the East. The concrete beam pierces the Western wall and continues through the roof. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-15)
 
16) A built-in pedestal holds a cross which is lit from below. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-16)
 
17) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the South. The entrance is to the right on the far end. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-17)
 
18) Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Pilgrim Congregational Church using an equilateral triangle, and is engraved in the Cherokee Red concrete floor. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-18)
 
19) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the South. The wood trim that runs along the West wall of glass at the top of the windows, continues at the same height throughout the room. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-19)
 
20) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. The concrete rubble walls on either side of the Entrance are angled at 120 degrees, the same angle seen in the ceiling light fixtures. (ST#2015.16.0615-20)
 
21) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. Stairs to the lower level are within the concrete rubble wall on the right. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-21)
 
22) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. The horizontal wood trim on the left angles out at 60 degrees away from the wall. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-22)
 
23) Pilgrim Congregational Church viewed from the Southwest. No matter where the eye travels, use of the triangle permeates the design. 20 x 14 high res digital color photograph. (ST#2015.16.0615-23)
 
 
 

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