St Johns College Cambridge, Architecture, Photos, Building, Architect, Images
St John’s College Buildings, Cambridge, southeast England
Historic Collegiate Buildings, southeast England, UK
St John’s College Buildings Cambridge
Edward Cullinan building
Chapel Court, off St John’s St
Edward Cullinan Architects
photos © Adrian Welch
St John’s College Library: typical Edward Cullinan building with its soft use of postmodernism and contextual style, here in its similar brick colour and use of stone mouldings and architraves. Yet this architecture is clearly modern and the spiral lantern at the top pretty striking. Another Ted Cullinan building in Cambridge is the Faculty of Divinity (two projects below this one).
St John’s College – Cripps Building architects : Powell & Moya
Address: 11 St. Johns Street, Cambridge CB2 1TW
Contact: 01223 338 600
Location:11 St John’s Street, Cambridge, CB2 1TW
Cambridge Architecture Design – chronological list
Queens’ College – Cripps Court
The Backs, off Silver St
Powell & Moya Architects
picture © Adrian Welch
This is a masterful piece of Cambridge architecture, using the same crisp white articulation of facades as their St John’s College buildings. Like Casson & Conder’s Sidgwick building Powell & Moya have set accommodation above the pedestrian a la Le Corbusier.
An attempt to continue the Powell & Moya architecture to the west was undertaken by current Cambridge architects, Bland, Brown & Cole in 1989 – Queens’ College Lyon Court.
St John’s College Library by Edward Cullinan featured in AR 1166