Science Lecture Rooms
'Chatham Street' Northern Extension, Liverpool University, Liverpool L3

Picture by Pat Neill
 
(Abstract Frieze)
 
Designer: David Le Marchant Brock
Sculptor: Frederick Bushe
 

Originally titled The Science Lecture Rooms, this building sits on the northern side of The Green although the frieze is on the northern elevation, facing a walled in section of the Lime Street railway cutting (to the east of the 'bridge' next to the Augustus John pub). The sculptor was Frederick Bushe, who worked with the designer David Le Marchant Brock, to create the pre-cast concrete panels which were affixed to the building to emphasise the entrance.

Source:
Pevsner Architectural Guides: Liverpool by Joseph Sharples

Alan Maycock 2007

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