Cambridge 2000: Trinity College: Grange Road: Burrell's Field
By British academic standards Trinity has lots of money,
and decided many years ago that all its students should
be able to live in college accommodation. As a result,
a large complex was added to an existing Burrell's Field
cluster of buildings. In order to preserve the garden on
the other side
of Bin Brook the buildings were squeezed in right next
to the existing buildings.
A fairly typical 1960s house, designed by Patrick
Hodgkinson, was torn down to accommodate the new buildings.
This house had been built for Edgar Adrian when he stopped
being Master of Trinity, and after he vacated it, the house
was converted to three flats.
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