Feilden Fowles wins from shortlist of 5 architects for this architecture competition. 155 architects applied for this design contest for a new building housing a dining hall for 300 people.
Design: Nicholas Hare Architects
The technology hub was funded in part by a £8m donation from the James Dyson Foundation, and will give some of the world’s brightest young engineering students access to advanced laboratories.
The Twentieth Century Society welcomes listing of Sir Michael Hopkins’ landmark Schlumberger Gould Research Centre. The C20 Society Director said it’s “an innovative and influential example of High-Tech design, by an extremely interesting architect”.
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Churchill Revisited, London:
a debate about the architectural competition for one of the first Cambridge Colleges of the modern era.
In 1959, four architectural teams were shortlisted to design Churchill College:
• Chamberlain Powell & Bon
• Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
• Richard Sheppard Robson & Partners
• Stirling & Gowan
Design: Hawkins\Brown, Architects
An innovative 5,300sqm building combines a new syllabus and a new way of teaching for 14-19 years olds to inspire its pupils and prepare them for the real world.
Design: R H Partnership Architects
R H Partnership Architects (RHP) has completed work on a new boathouse for the combined Cambridge Colleges of Churchill, King’s and Selwyn, together with The Leys School.
Our Cambridge guided tours are tailored to suit each booking. The city is about an hour’s drive north from London. Famous architects with buildings in the city include Sir Christopher Wren, James Stirling and Norman Foster.
Homerton College, Cambridge appoints Malcolm Reading Consultants to run design competition for emblematic centrepiece building. Architects to send a ‘declaration of interest’ to be considered for long-list.
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