Cambridge Faculty of History, James Stirling Building Photos, British Modern Architect
Faculty of History Cambridge Architecture
Cambridge University Building, England, UK design by Jim Stirling architect
post updated 25 Mar 2021
Faculty of History Building Cambridge
Dates built: 1964-68
Design: James Stirling Architect
This is a controversial modern Cambridge building that had problems with overheating, leaks, falling tiles, etc. This red brick building with acres of glass features in most Histories of 20th Century architecture.
Location: Sidgwick Campus, west of the city centre, over on The Backs.
James Stirling also entered two architecture competitions in Cambridge – with no joy, at Churchill College (1958) and Selwyn College (1959).
Location: Cambridge, CB3 9EF, England, UK
Contemporary Architecture in Cambridgeshire – architectural selection below:
Cambridge Architecture Design – chronological list
Context to the Cambridge Faculty of History
Date built: –
Design: Leslie Martin with Colin St John Wilson
Seminal Modern building in south east England.
Faculty of Divinity Building, University of Cambridge – Sidgwick Site
Date built: 2000
Design: Edward Cullinan Architects
Another building by James Stirling – St Andrews University Halls of Residence
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