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The Guardian: Modern Buildings in Britain review – a phenomenal work of gathering and observation

John Outram’s “muscular and cartoonish” Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article reviewing Owen Hatherley’s Modern buildings in Britain book. What attracts him most is evidence of strong minds, of architects who know what they want and go…

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Financial Times: Waterfront designers rise to the challenge of flood risk

Edward Barsley from The Environmental Design Studio is featured in the FT article about waterproof buildings. “There’s a paucity of exemplar resilient developments, so hopefully we can lift the standards,” he said. “Just because a house is exposed to flooding,…

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Bloomberg: Vibrant, fun, or hideous? Postmodern architecture gets a fresh look

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…

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Architecture: RIBA East Award winners: Simon Sainsbury Centre

The Simon Sainsbury Centre, the new Cambridge Judge Business School extension, is named a winner in the RIBA Regional architecture awards. The project, designed by Stirling Prize-winning architects Stanton Williams, allowed the School to expand by 5,000 square metres and…

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An architect in the Middle East: building bridges with the EMBA

Nada Chahadi (EMBA 2016) is an architect from the Middle East, specialising in mega-scale building projects across the region. Nada Chahadi (EMBA 2016) is an experienced architect from Lebanon, specialising in large-scale building projects that contribute to the Middle East's…

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Think you could have the next Facebook on your hands? Don’t let these five rookie errors spoil your plans for business success

The first year is a perilous time for a start-up. However much research you've done, however tight your business plan and however many hours you put in, a new business is still far more vulnerable than an established company. But…

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Tour Cambridge Judge as part of Open Cambridge

Cambridge Judge Business School will throw open its doors to the public on Friday 12 September as part of Open Cambridge 2014. Three 30-minute guided tours of the fascinating interior of the School will run at 14:00-14:30, 15:00-15:30 and 16:00-16:30,…

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