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Faculty of Divinity Cambridge Building

Contemporary Cambridge Development design by Edward Cullinan Architects, UK

post updated 18 July 2021

Faculty of Divinity Building

Cambridge Faculty of Divinity Building
photograph : Vysotsky (Wikimedia), CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Loctaion: University of Cambridge – Sidgwick Site, southeast England, UK

Date built: 2000

Design: Edward Cullinan Architects

Faculty of Divinity Cambridge building
photo © Adrian Welch

Faculty of Divinity Cambridge

Unlike Ted Cullinan’s St John’s College Library this building feels a bit flimsy. Costing £8m and a winner of a RIBA Award the style is lightweight and softly innovative with plenty of layering from brise soleil and a light palette.

University of Cambridge Faculty of Divinity
photograph : Cmglee, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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Address: Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, Cambridge CB3 9BS

Location: Cambridge, CB3 9BS, south east England, UK

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