Wednesday, 23 December 2009


This image uses a map from the Chamberlin Powell and Bon Development Plan (1963) for the University of Leeds, which highlights the level of the ground on the university campus in different colours. The different elevations of land caused many architectural considerations when designing new buildings over such a vast area. I have added text and images to demonstrate some of the ways that these issues were dealt with.

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