News Stories tagged as 'historic'

 

St Lawrence Jewry Fountain reinstated after 40 years

By admin on February 9, 2011

Situated outside St Paul’s Cathedral, the St Lawrence Jewry Fountain has finally been returned to perfect working order, having been dismantled 40 years ago.

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Cambridge Architects Win Heritage Award

By admin on June 10, 2010

The Heritage Award, entitled the Spirit of Ingenuity Architectural Award 2010, has been won by Freeland Rees Roberts.

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St Edmundsbury Cathedral Magnificent Vaulted Ceiling Completed

By admin on January 22, 2010

St Edmundsbury Cathedral and Cambridge-based Freeland Rees Roberts Architects have announced that a ceremony at St Edmundsbury Cathedral took place this week 150ft above the ground.

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Cambridge College Libraries admired for sensitivity

By emma on January 7, 2010

Freeland Rees Roberts Architects’ sensitive approach to designing libraries for Cambridge Colleges has been lauded in a paper by Alison Wilson. The paper considers four small libraries built for Cambridge Colleges including two by Freeland Rees Roberts: Pembroke Library and Peterhouse Library.

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