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Cambridgeshire Buildings: Architecture

English Buildings in Cambridgeshire, southeast England, UK

post updated 3 May 2022

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3 May 2022
The Bread Oven House Cambridgeshire Buildings
photo : Richard Chivers
The Bread Oven House
BreadOven was the result of the desire to create a new focal point for the family to gather. A detached grade II listed building, on the edge of the former village green within a conservation area, originating from the 16th century, with 17th and 19th century additions, the original house is of timber-framed construction, rendered on a brick plinth, with a clay peg tiled roof to the front and a concrete plain tiled roof to the rear.

26 May 2018
RIBA East Awards Winners 2018

The David Attenborough Building, Cambridge, by Nicholas Hare Architects
The David Attenborough Building
photo © David Lowe

Storey’s Field Community Centre & Nursery, Cambridge, by muma
Storeys Field Community Centre Nursery Cambridgeshire Buildings
photo © Alan Williams

Aura housing, Great Kneighton, Cambridge, by TateHindle
Aura Housing Cambridgeshire Buildings
photo © Timothy Soar

Stephen Perse Foundation new sports and learning building, Cambridge, by Chadwick Dryer Clarke Studio & LSI Architects
Stephen Perse Foundation New Sports and Learning Building
photo © Richard Chivers

West Court, Jesus College, Cambridge, by Niall McLaughlin Architects
West Court Jesus College Cambridgeshire Buildings
photo © Nick Kane

RIBA East Awards Winners 2018

21 May 2017
Lode House
Lode House

16 Oct 2012
Cambridgeshire Design Competition
Great Fen Visitor Centre Design Competition, Cambridgeshire
RIBA Competitions is pleased to announce the launch of a two-stage Design Ideas Competition for the Great Fen Visitor Centre in Cambridgeshire. Great Fen is an internationally acclaimed vision, one of sweeping scale and ambition. Over the next 50-100 years, more than 3,000ha of largely arable land will be transformed into a mosaic of habitat: open water, lakes, ponds and ditches; reedbed; fen, bog and marsh; wet grassland; dry grassland; woodland and scrub.

3 Feb 2010
King’s School Ely
King’s School Ely Building

Cambridgeshire Architecture

Key Designs, alphabetical:

Accordia Housing, Cambridge
Date built: 2008
Design: Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects (FCBS)
Feilden Clegg Bradley Housing

American Air Museum, Duxford
Date built: 1997
Design: Foster + Partners
American Air Museum Cambridgeshire Buildings
photograph : Nigel Young
American Air MuseumStirling Prize Winner 1998

Black House, Kingdon Avenue, Prickwillow
Date built: 2003
Design: Mole Architects
Black House Cambridgeshire Buildings
photo : John Donat
Black House Cambridge

Creative Exchange, St Neots
Date built: 2008
Design: 5th Studio
Creative Exchange Cambridgeshire Buildings
photograph : Tim Soar
St Neots Creative Exchange

Darwin College – Extension, Cambridge
Date built: 1994
Design: Dixon Jones Architects
Cambridge College

Ellis-Miller House, Prickwillow, Cambridgeshire
Date built: 1993
Design: Jonathan Ellis-Miller Architects
RIBA Awards – 1993 Regional Award : Eastern

Faculty of Education, Cambridge
Date built: 2005
Architects: Building Design Partnership
BDP Cambridge Faculty

Granta Park, Cambridgeshire

Design: Eric Parry Architects

Imperial War Museum – Airspace project, Duxford
Design: HOK International

The King’s School Ely
Architects: ORMS Architecture Design
King's School Ely
photograph : Kilian O’Sullivan
The King’s School Ely

Peterborough City Care Centre and Cavell Centre
Nightingale Associates
Peterborough City Care Centre

Robinson College, Cambridge
Gillespie Kidd & Coia Architects – GK&C
Robinson College Cambridge

Faculty of History, Cambridge
James Stirling Architect
Faculty of History Cambridgeshire building

Schlumberger Research Centre, Cambridge
Michael Hopkins & Partners
Schlumberger Research Centre

Schlumberger Cambridge Research Centre Phase 2
Michael Hopkins & Partners

Village College, Impington, Cambridge
Walter Gropius Architect

Wysing Arts Centre redevelopment, Bourn
Hawkins/Brown Architects
Wysing Arts Centre

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