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Last updated 5 December 2003
Gisbert Kapp Building, the University of Birmingham
Photograph taken on: 14 December 2002. (Larger image)
Gisbert Kapp Building in the University of Birmingham, occupied by Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering in the School of Engineering. The stone inscription says it was completed in 1973; it would therefore be one of the buildings that symbolise an era of Birmingham University, or Birmingham as a whole, together with Muirhead Tower that stands next to it. The architect, Denys Hinton and Partners, was located in Leamington, Warwickshire and designed a number of church buildings in and around Birmingham. The building was named after Gisbert Kapp, who became the first professor of electrical engineering in 1905.
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