Sheppard Robson’s Churchill College was built to last the course

It is a short bicycle ride from Cambridge to the out-of-town college with its temple-like main entrance in purplish-buff brickwork.

Sheppard Robson’s Churchill College was dubbed safe and even bland in 1959, but 50 years on 6A Architects is revisiting the original courtyard-based design for its new hall of residence

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