Cambridge Buildings Photos, Tour, Architects, English Projects, Design Images
Cambridge Architecture : Building
Major Architectural Developments in South East England, UK – Part 1 of the resource
Cambridge Building Tour
Guide to the city’s key buildings: Cambridge Architecture
This is the Cambridge guide in full, with all image thumbnails included (ie slower to donwload/navigate but it’s all here):
All buildings in alphabetical order, this is Part One:
Allies & Morrison building: University of Cambridge – Faculty of English
Sidgwick Site, 2004
Competition winner, beating Stirling & Gowan, Chamberlin, Powell & Bon and Howell, Killick & Partridge; Judges included Sir Leslie Martin and Sir Basil Spence. Leslie Martin designed Harvey Court with Colin St John Wilson, a seminal Modern building; Basil Spence also designed a Cambridge building, at Queens’ College.
Stirling went on to work on the History Faculty for the University of Cambridge whilst Chamberlin, Powell & Bon worked on New Hall College.
Clare College – Memorial Court buildings. The central octagonal building (left of picture) 1984-85, is surrounded by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s severe court of 1923-34. Located beyond the River Cam across The Backs from the old Clare College.
Institute of Criminology Building – Allies & Morrison: University of Cambridge Sidgwick Site 2005
photo © Martine Hamilton Knight
Faculty of Education Cambridge – Building Design Partnership 2005
Nearby is Pembroke College complete with Chapel by Christopher Wren and in 1997 the beautiful Foundress Court by Eric Parry
Fitzwilliam College – Sir Denys Lasdun, 1959-60
Key Sir Denys Lasdun buildings are the Royal National Theatre (1967-76) at the South Bank complex in London, the University of East Anglia, Norwich (1963-72) and the Royal College of Physicians, London (1960-64).
Allies & Morrison completed the Fitzwilliam Gatehouse & Auditorium in 2004 and MacCormac Jamieson Architects and Van Heyningen & Haward have also designed buildings at this College.
Law Library – Foster & Partners, Sidgwick Campus
Foster & Partners
Centre for Mathematical Sciences – Edward Cullinan Architects 2003
Maths Campus off Clarkson Rd in West Cambridge
New Hall College – Chamberlin, Powell & Bon Architects, 1962-66
Cambridge Building Designs – Part 2 of the resource
Location: Cambridge, South East England, UK
Cambridge Architecture Design – chronological list
Cambridge Architecture Walking Tours : city walks by e-architect
Cambridge Architecture not yet included:
Foundress Court, Pembroke College – Eric Parry Architects 1997
Jerwood Library, Trinity Hall, Freeland Rees Roberts 1999
Historic Cambridge Buildings – all by Giles Gilbert Scott:
Cambridge University Library
Buildings / photos for the Cambridge Architecture page welcome