Leslie Martin Architect

Leslie Martin, Architect, Cambridge, English Works, Design, Projects, Architectural Office England

Leslie Martin, Architect

20th Century Architecture Practice, England, UK Design Studio Information

Leslie Martin
1908-99

Leslie Martin – Key Projects

Major Designs by this 20th Century British architect, alphabetical:

Faculty of Music, West Rd, Cambridge, England, UK
Dates built: 1978-84
Design: with Colen Lumley & Ivor Richards

Glasgow International Concert Hall, Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland
Date built: 1990
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
building photo © Adrian Welch
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Building

Harvey Court, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge, south east England
Date built: 1960-62

Leicester University College Hall buildings, central England

Design: with Trevor Dannatt

Own house and studios, converted mill, Great Shelford, south east England

William Stone Building, Peterhouse College, Cambridge
Date built: 1963-64

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The George Porter Building, Leicester University, houses the department of Chemistry. Completed in 1961 it was designed by Architects Co-Partnership as part of the Leslie’s masterplan.

The Rattray Building was the pivotal building in Leslie’s 1957 masterplan for the northern end of the campus. The plan is arranged in the form of a ‘pinwheel’, with the Rattray at the centre, and the perimeter buildings arranged orthogonally around it, a device used in other projects by Martin in Cambridge and in College Hall (also a University building, in Knighton, now being redeveloped as housing) by Trevor Dannatt, an associate of Martin’s at that time.
source: http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/estates/information-for-estates-staff/dfp/downloads/Section15

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