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Cambridge Architecture Tours
English Architecture Guides – Exclusive City Walks tailor made for groups visiting South East England
post updated 7 Dec 2020
Cambridge Walking Tours
Book your city guide on isabelle(at)e-architect.com
Cambridge Architecture Tour: Exclusive Guided Walks
e-architect have architectural tour guides in most of the key cities across the continent.
Our Cambridge guided tours are all tailored to suit each booking we do not allow for bookings to be joined. Our guided tours in Cambridge are all exclusive to each client.
Sainsbury Laboratory Building in Cambridge designed by Stanton Williams Architects – 2012 RIBA Stirling Prize Winner:
photograph © Hufton+Crow
Should you be planning an office trip, a conference, or university trip in Cambridge please contact us and we would be happy to take your booking.
Anglia Ruskin University Building in Cambridge by Richard Murphy Architects:
photographers: Stephen Leonard/James Mason – Richard Murphy Architects; In house – R G Carter
Cambridge – Introduction
Cambridge is located in the south east of England, about an hour’s drive north from London.
Schlumberger Building Grade II* listing
Design: Michael Hopkins Architects
photograph © Andrew Dunn, 12 December 2005. Website: http://www.andrewdunnphoto.com/ ; photo courtesy wikimedia commons
Famous architects with buildings in the city include Sir Christopher Wren, James Stirling and Foster + Partners. Other key architects with work in the city include William Wilkins, George Basevi, Leslie Martin, Powell & Moya Architects, Gillespie Kidd & Coia and Edward Cullinan Architects. All these feature on our Cambridge Architecture Tours but note the Schlumberger Cambridge Research Center by Michael Hopkins and Partners is a fair walk west of the city.
Homerton College Cambridge Architecture:
image © MRC/Alex Ramsay
The city is famous for its old and distinguished University. Like its twin city Oxford it has much brilliant historic and contemporary architecture. Cambridge is set on the River Cam and many of the colleges back onto gardens along the river, called The Backs, giving Cambridge a lot of its charm. Each college competes against the other to attain better and more beautiful architecture.
Cambridge Walking Tours – Traditional, Contemporary or Both
Cambridge Architecture Tours can focus on traditional or contemporary buildings or mix of the two. The Cambridge Architecture Tour is typically an introduction to the city’s main buildings but it can be tailored to your group’s interests if you provide information to us in good time.
We are usually able accommodate your group’s specific needs and architectural interests on our Cambridge Architecture Tours. Visitors are generally met by the guide at the starting point of their architectural walking tour but it might be possible for your group to be collected from their hotel on request.
Contemporary Cambridge Architecture
Cambridge Walking Tours
Contact our office to arrange your Cambridge architectural tour on mob. +44 (0)7952 149814 or isabelle(at)e-architect.com
Some recent buildings in this traditional English university city:
University of Cambridge Primary School Building
Design: Marks Barfield Architects
photo © North West Cambridge Development
The Welding Institute, Great Abington – A RIBA East Awards winner
Design: Eric Parry Architects
photos © Dirk Lindner
Cowan Court Cambridge Building
Design: 6a architects
photo © Johan Dehlin
e-architect also organise architecture walking tours in other English cities such as London, Liverpool, Oxford, Manchester and Birmingham.
Location: Cambridge, England, UK
UK Architectural Tours
English Architectural Tours – Selection
Recent Cambridge Buildings
Cambridge Buildings : A-D
Cambridge Architecture – Key Buildings Selection
Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Design: James Stirling Architect
History Faculty Cambridge
Robinson College Buildings
Design: Gillespie Kidd & Coia
Robinson College Building
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Website: Visit Cambridge