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August 19, 2012 Reblogged from architectureofdoom by scavengedluxury

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Queen’s College Library and Administration block, Dundee, Scotland (circa 1964).

The first important building of Sir Robert Matthew’s expansion plan for the college, the block carries the same materials theme as Matthew’s David Hume Tower in Edinburgh, with a light buff-coloured Auchinlea stone used on the exterior and cedarwood extensively used inside.

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