17 Mar 14 A look at the architecture on the Jubilee Campus of Nottingham University,
then to the city centre for the St. Patrick's Day parade. Sunny intervals.
Jubilee Campus, Nottingham University.
The Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly building on the right.
The Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly building.
The library is an unusual circular building situated on an island platform in the middle
of the campus lake. It was designed by the architect Sir Michael Hopkins, and has only
a single floor, which spirals its way up and around the circumference of the building.
One of the locals. Coot Fulica atra.
The Yang Fujia building (Make Architects).
House for a Gordian Knot sculpture by Ekkehard Altenburger.
Institute of Mental Health building and 'House for a Gordian Knot' sculpture.
The Yang Fujia building and the Aspire Tower sculpture.
Nottingham Geospatial Institute building.
Water feature at the Jubilee Campus.
The Sir Colin Campbell building (formerly 'The Gateway').
The Aspire Tower sculpture
The St. Patrick's Day parade
The Town Hall and Old Market Square.