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Brian Pippard Building, Cambridge : Clare Hall
Architecture Development in Cambridge, southeast England – design by NRAP
3 Mar 2009
Clare Hall Building Cambridge
Brian Pippard Building
Clare Hall, Cambridge
Design: NRAP, architects
The building form and pattern follows closely the principles established by Ralph Erskine, the architect for Clare College in 1968.
There are no corridors in the new buildings, so that in this graduate building students emerge from their rooms into a daylit space from which the new courtyard can be overlooked.
The building obtained a Civic Trust Commendation, and was reviewed in the RIBA Journal, and appeared in Home, a place to live (RIBA Housing Design Awards).
Brian Pippard Building Cambridge photo / information from NRAP 050309
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Clare Hall is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge, England. Founded in 1966 by Clare College, Clare Hall is a college for advanced study, admitting only postgraduate students alongside postdoctoral researchers and fellows.
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