Discovering Great Mormon Buildings

Holladay 13th and 20th Ward

Holladay 13th and 20th Ward Door


Beautiful door and hardware typical of this building. Also above the door is a good view of the clerestory glazing that leads to the chapel.

2675 E 4430 S
Salt Lake City, UT
Built 1963
Architect: Jackson and Sharp
Also known as the Pagoda Chapel
Click for Map Location of Building


Holladay 13th and 20th Ward Detail


Four different types of wood and a light-colored brick that doesn’t distract from the wood finishes throughout the chapel. On the left edge you can also see the start of the clerestory glazing that runs the length of the chapel on each side. The light coming through this glass would always be diffused since it is under the large overhangs of the roof. Even still, the glass is currently covered with blinds, blocking most of the light out, which is probably the result of the difficulty to open the blinds after each of the many satellite broadcasts that are given in chapels.

2675 E 4430 S
Salt Lake City, UT
Built 1963
Architect: Jackson and Sharp
Also known as the Pagoda Chapel
Click for Map Location of Building


Holladay 13th and 20th Ward Skylights


This is looking up at the ceiling of the chapel. The gap in the structural framework allows for the skylight across the ridge.

2675 E 4430 S
Salt Lake City, UT
Built 1963
Architect: Jackson and Sharp
Also known as the Pagoda Chapel
Click for Map Location of Building


Holladay 13th and 20th Ward Exterior

2675 E 4430 S
Salt Lake City, UT
Built 1963
Architect: Jackson and Sharp
Also known as the Pagoda Chapel
Click for Map Location of Building


Holladay 13th and 20th Ward Chapel Interior

2675 E 4430 S
Salt Lake City, UT
Built 1963
Architect: Jackson and Sharp
Also known as the Pagoda Chapel
Click for Map Location of Building


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