Christs College Cambridge Building

Christs College Cambridge, Tertiary Education Architecture, Building, Photos

Christ’s College Cambridge Architecture

Traditional Cambridge College Buildings, England, UK

Christ’s College

Christ’s College – original building
South Court, St Andrew St
Dates built: 1505-11

Historic Building Cambridge
photo © Adrian Welch
South Court entry shown above

Christ’s College – King St building
King St
Date built: 1993
Architects Design Partnership
Postmodern Cambridge Architecture
photo © Adrian Welch
Postmodern shops with student accommodation above, overly fussy.

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). Also by Denys Lasdun – Fitzwilliam College building.

Christ’s College – New Court
Stepped concrete building, 1966-70, by Denys Lasdun Architect lies in the hinterland of Christ’s College

Address: St. Andrew’s Street, Cambridge CB2 3BU, UK

Cambridge Architecture

Cambridge Architecture Design – chronological list

Cambridge Architecture Walking Tours : city walks by e-architect

Christ’s College New Court : Denys Lasdun Architect

Trinity College – Wolfson building
Ziggurat-like building in historic centre of Cambridge by Architects Co-partnership in 1972.

Cambridge Building

Cambridge Architect Studios

Cambridge Building News – Selection

Architects Design Partnership – other key Cambridge Building:
Trinity College – Wolfson building

Cambridge Architecture

Art Deco Building
photo © Adrian Welch
Bingo Hall, 1930 – Hobson St
Art Deco architecture – converted cinema opposite Christ’s College

Christ’s College Cambridge Photos © Adrian Welch 2005

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