Cambridge 2000: Pembroke College: Foundress Court
An imaginative building for Cambridge, it could be Japanese
and was partly funded by
Japanese money, and indeed there is a meeting room inside which looks
like it could be a Japanese boardroom.
The other side of the building has a wonderful
The existing Master's Lodge
was knocked down to make way for this building, that
had a splendid driveway and garden and was
built in 1932-1933 (architect M. Webb). There is a new Master's Lodge
at the western end of this building.
Fortunately the beautiful line of plane trees
(Platanus) nearby was left alone, one of these trees can
just be seen in the photo.
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