Holding court

The south frontage of the administration block, viewed through the mature trees of the college gardens.

Source: Morley von Sternberg

Some might say Porphyrios Associates’ courtyards at Selwyn College, Cambridge, are hopelessly antiquated. Wrong, says Ellis Woodman. They are an astute revival of established languages which put modernist competition to shame

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