Cambridge Judge Business School is featured in a new book highlighting 200 postmodern architecture buildings. Architectural historian Owen Hopkins selected some “most extreme” examples around the world in a book entitled Postmodern Architecture: Less Is a Bore. “The best way to understand the [CJBS] building is to think of it as a fragment of some giant metropolis unaccountably marooned in a little English country town,” the architect John Outram said. The main School building, which was previously Addenbrooke’s Hospital, was completed in 1995 and is a “great polychromatic temple”.
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