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University of East Anglia, nestled on the outskirts of Norwich city
centre, is set in 320 acres of parkland.
The campus features award winning architecture
by Sir Denys Lasdun, Lord (Norman) Foster and Rick Mather. It is
also home to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, housing the extensive
Sainsbury Collection, combining modern Western works with fine and
applied arts from across the globe.
The pyramid-shaped concrete
terraces featured in this panorama could be given listed status.
The student halls of residence, a library and teaching block are
considered some of the most "powerful and dramatic" buildings to
be found at universities built in the second half of the 20th Century,
said heritage minister Andrew McIntosh.
Former UEA students include Booker Prize winning
authors Ian McEwan and Kazuo Ishiguro, comedy writers and performers
Charlie Higson, Arthur Smith and Paul Whitehouse, explorer Benedict
Allen, actor Jack Davenport and BBC Radio's Jenny Abramsky.
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