© Mr Cyril Selby LRPS, LMPA
PEVENSEY BUILDING, UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX
BRIGHTON, BRIGHTON AND HOVE, EAST SUSSEX
Mr Cyril Selby LRPS, LMPA
29 August 2007
30 March 1993
Date of last amendment:
30 March 1993
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TQ3408 UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX
577-1/11/1132 Pevensey Building
Includes: Mathematical & Physical Sciences I incl staircase to
S & E-W wing attached to E UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX.
Physics building. 1960-62. Designed by Sir Basil Spence. Red
brick with bare, board-marked concrete. Timber frames to
windows. Flat roof. Courtyard plan with wing projecting to
east. Main facade, facing west into Fulten Court, of 3
storeys, 11 bays, treated as a 'giant order', with windows
recessed behind projecting brick buttresses topped by
projecting concrete cornice with segmental arches to
underside. Open arcade to ground floor with segmental arched
concrete lintels above; first floor windows also topped by
segmental arched concrete lintels.
Rear north-south wing, attached to the eastern projection, not
included in this listing.
INTERIOR: not inspected.