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post updated 23 December 2023


Buildings in Cambridge

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Cambridge Buildings. We cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Cambridgeshire. The focus is on contemporary buildings in Great Brtiain.

We have 5 pages of Contemporary Cambridge Architecture selections.

Cambridge Architecture : news + key projects

Cambridge Buildings : A-D (this page)

Cambridge Building Developments : E-I

Cambridge Architecture Developments : J-N

Cambridge Building Designs : O-Z

Contemporary Cambridge Buildings

New Cambridge Building Projects, alphabetical:

Accordia Housing, Brooklands Avenue
Design: various Architects
Accordia development Cambridge Buildings
photo © Adrian Welch
Accordia Housing

Addenbrooke’s Hospital Masterplan
Design: Allies and Morrison / Devereux Architects
Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge Buildings
picture from architect
Addenbrooke’s Hospital Masterplan

Arts Faculties Campus, Univ. Cambridge
Design: Casson, Conder & Partners
Modern Cambridge Architecture
picture © Adrian Welch
Sidgwick Site Buildings

Cambridge Mosque
Design: Marks Barfield Architects
Cambridge Mosque Building
image from architects
Cambridge Mosque

Cambridge University Dept of Architecture
Design: Mole Architects
Cambridge School of Architecture
photograph : David Butler
Cambridge School of Architecture

Cavendish Ave. house, south Cambridge
Design: Mole Architects
Cavendish Avenue house
photograph : David Butler
Cavendish Avenue house

Christ’s College Buildings
Design: various architects, including Sir Denys Lasdun
Christ's College Building
image © AW
Christ’s College South Court

Churchill College – original buildings
Design: Richard Sheppard, Robson & Partners
Churchill College Cambridge Buildings
image : Isabelle Lomholt
Churchill College Storey’s Way

Churchill College, off Storey’s Way
Design: Cottrell & Vermeulen
Churchill College building
picture © AW
Postgraduate Accommodation

Clare College – Memorial Court buildings
Giles Gilbert Scott; –
Clare College
photo © Adrian Welch
Clare College Buildings off Queens’ Road

Clare College New Court Building
van Heyningen and Haward Architects
Clare College New Court
picture from architect practice
Clare College New Court

Clare Hall – Brian Pippard Building
Brian Pippard Building
picture : Dennis Gilbert/View
Brian Pippard Building

Clare Hall – West Court
Clare Hall West Court
picture : Dennis Gilbert/View
Clare Hall West Court

Covent Garden Houses
Covent Garden Houses Cambridge Buildings
photo : Tim Soar
Covent Garden Houses

Darwin College Building, off Silver Street
Dixon Jones Architects
Darwin College Cambridge Buildings
photo © AW
Darwin College Building Extension

Downing College buildings
William Wilkins ; Quinlan Terry architect
Downing College Cambridge Buildings
photograph © AW
Downing College Buildings, Regent Street

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Cambridgeshire Architecture – No Images

Buildings / Projects, A-D, alphabetical:

All Saints Church
Date built: 2006
Barber Casanovas Ruffles Ltd

Arts Faculties Campus, University of Cambridge – Sidgwick Site
Dates built: 1959-61
Casson, Conder & Partners
Floating O-plan building above podium, homage to Le Corbusier. The latter is paved with a traditional grass court within, thus Modernist architecture fuses with traditional Cambridge college design. The scale of the blocks and the columns is massive, detailing clean and materials still working many years on.

Bingo Hall, Hobson St
Date built: 1930

Art Deco architecture – converted cinema opposite Christ’s College

Botanic Place – mixed-use development, south Cambridge
Halpern Architects

Bradwell’s Court, Christ’s Lane / St Andrews St, Cambridge
Panter Hudspith Architects

Burrell’s Field – Trinity College, Grange Road
MacCormac Jamieson Prichard Architects
Brilliant collection of sensitive yet creative buildings in honey-coloured stone / brick

Cambridge Arts Cinema
O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects

Cambridge CB1 Scheme
Richard Rogers Partnership was designing a £725m masterplan for 25 acre Cambridge railway station area – entitled the CB1 Scheme – for the Ashwell Property Group: flats, offices, hotels, public square, bus interchange, county heritage centre and shops. Richard Rogers once taught architecture in Cambridge

Cambridge Biomedical Campus, south Cambridge
Approved late 2007
Adj. Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Cambridge School of Music, West Road

Leslie Martin with Colen Lumley + Ivor Richards

Cambridge University Centre
HKPA – Howard, Killick, Partridge & Amis, Architects
Concrete panels with rhythmic expression of tie-back bolts, quite brutal but intriguing.
Civic Trust Commendation in 1968

Cambridge University Library, West Road, Cambridge
Giles Gilbert Scott

Cambridge University Department of Architecture Extension, Scroope Terrace
Design: Colin St John Wilson

Centre for Cambridge
Ralph Erskine

Charles Babbage Road Flats, Fawcett Court, Forster Court & Franklin Court
MacCormac Jamieson Prichard Architects

Christ’s College – New Court
Denys Lasdun Architect
Stepped concrete building in the hinterland of Christ’s College

Clare Hall buildings
Ralph Erskine Architects

Colin St John Wilson’s house, Grantchester Rd, south Cambridge

Design: Colin St John Wilson
private house

Corn Exchange
Hamiltons Architects
for City of Cambridge : 5,000 sqm

Cornford House

Design: Colin St John Wilson
private house

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Cambridge Architects

Location: Cambridge, Southeast England, UK

Architecture in this City

Cambridge Building Tours

Cambridge Building News

Cambridge Architecture Offices

Cambridge University Library architect : Giles Gilbert Scott

Impington Village College, Cambridgeshire

Design: Gropius & Fry

Girton College Library and Archive
Architect: Allies and Morrison
RIBA Awards 2006 – East

Buildings / photos for the Cambridge Architecture page welcome

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