Cambridge 2000: King's College: Front Court: Gibbs' Building
The original architect was Hawksmoor, who proposed a court which
included a building in this location in the English Baroque style.
This was deemed too grand a scheme and he then proposed an
alternative, which the college also decided not to build.
Ten years later Gibbs was appointed as the architect and he modified
the design further. He proposed for there to be three ranges (east,
south and west) but in the end only this one (the west) was built.
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