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  1. 03/01/2022 · The Aston Webb building was the first building at the Edgbaston campus. It forms a semicircle to the south of the Chancellor’s Court with its clock tower ‘Old Joe’, named for the university’s first Chancellor, Joseph Chamberlain. Sir Aston Webb received the inaugural American Institute of Architects Gold Medal in 1907.

  2. Aston Webb Building, which includes The University of Birmingham's 'Great Hall' was designed by the British Architect Aston Webb and were the original buildings of the university's Edgbaston Campus. The university’s Edgbaston Campus was opened by His Majesty King Edward VII accompanied by Queen Alexandra on July 7 1909.

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  4. 24/10/2018 · His Victoria Law Courts on Corporation Street, designed with Ingress Bell (who never received a Royal Gold Medal), were clearly supposed to convey the power, long tradition and steadfastness of the English judiciary. Webb (1849-1930) and Bell beat 126 other architects to win the competition to design the building in 1887.

  5. Aston Webb Building, 115 - 121, Tooley Street is a freehold property - it is ranked as the most expensive property in SE1 2HZ, with a valuation of £100,000. Since it last sold in October 2018 for £98,000, its value has increased by £2,000 .

  6. The university's Great Hall is located in the domed Aston Webb Building. The original domed buildings, were built in Accrington red brick, and semicircle to form Chancellor's Court.

  7. Opened to students from autumn 2015, the new Aston Webb Student Hub sits at the heart of the University campus. The Hub boasts a modern reception with an interactive booking system, an information zone and a suite of one-to-one consultation rooms. The renovated C Block also includes mixed social and learning spaces, including a 250-seat lecture ...