Pembroke College Cambridge, English University Architecture, Building, English Design, Property
Pembroke College Cambridge
Collegiate Architecture in England, UK – with chapel design by architect Sir Christopher Wren
Pembroke College Cambridge Building
Beautiful asymmetric set of courtyards with subtle level changes complete with New Chapel by Christopher Wren in 1665.
Pembroke College – New Chapel
Date built: 1665
Design: Sir Christopher Wren, architect
Pembroke College is one of the prettiest colleges with a small court immediately beyond the entrance.
College building also by famous English architect, Giles Gilbert Scott (1880-1960)
Foundress Court, Pembroke College
Date built: 1997
Design: Eric Parry Architects
Christopher Wren also designed the Chapel at Emmanuel College
Address: Pembroke College, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 1RF
Contact Pembroke College: 01223 338 100
Pembroke is home to the first chapel designed by Sir Christopher Wren and is one of the six Cambridge colleges to have educated a British prime minister, in Pembroke’s case William Pitt the Younger. The college library, with a Victorian neo-gothic clock tower, is endowed with an original copy of the first encyclopaedia to contain printed diagrams.
Location: Pembroke College, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 1RF, UK
Cambridge Architecture Designs – chronological list
Cambridge University Department of Architecture Extension
photograph : David Butler
Cambridge University School of Architecture
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