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Department of Architecture


Nicholas Hare taught in the Department for several years and founded his eponymously named architecture practice in 1977 whilst teaching here. The practice is known for many prestigious projects including the Dyson and David Attenborough Buildings at Cambridge University.

Those at the practice have said of Hare that “He was an inspirational teacher with a passion for the practice of architecture that attracted many students to the studio. He never lost the impulse to teach and had the gift of drawing out the very best of all who worked with him."

Read Nicholas Hare's Obituary in the Architect's Journal here:


Photo credit: Nicholas Hare Architects