Holy Trinity Church

The Holy Trinity Church in Geneva, Switzerland is an Anglican church that was completed in 1853. It is located at rue du Mont-Blanc, between the Genève-Cornavin railway station and the famous hotels at the banks of Lake Geneva. The church is part of the Diocese in Europe of the Church of England and is also a Swiss monument of regional significance (class B).

The church was built to serve the English-speaking community in Geneva, which was growing rapidly in the mid-19th century. The construction was entirely financed by private subscription, and the church was consecrated by the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1853.

Holy Trinity Church

Project details

Project Location: Geneva, Switzerland

Sector: Church

Discipline/Trade: Architecture

Scope of Work: Scan to BIM

Level of Development (LOD): LOD 400

Software Used: Revit

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