Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, Architecture, Building Photos, English Design, Image
Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge
Historic Cambridge Building in south east England, UK – design by architect George Basevi
Fitzwilliam Museum Building
Address: Trumpington St
Date built: 1837-41
This 19th Century structure is a large and famous Cambridge building just southwest of the city centre.
Key buildings nearby include Pembroke College – complete with Chapel by Sir Christopher Wren and the beautiful Foundress Court by architect Eric Parry.
Fitwilliam Museum – 20th Century Gallery, Cambridge
Date built: 1963
David Roberts, Architect
Fitwilliam Museum – 20th Century Gallery restoration, Cambridge
Date built: 2006
Donald Insall Associates Ltd
Address: Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1RB
Contact: 01223 332 900
Location: Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1RB, England, UK
Cambridge Architecture Design – chronological list
Cambridge Architecture Tours : city walks by e-architect
Allies & Morrison completed the Fitzwilliam College Gatehouse & Auditorium in 2004. MacCormac Jamieson Architects and Van Heyningen & Haward have also designed buildings at Fitzwilliam College.
Comments / photos for the Fitzwilliam Museum Architecture page welcome