The design of this design becomes the most popular all the times since this is a masterful piece of Cambridge architecture, using the same crisp white articulation of facades as their St John’s College buildings. The building keeps the value of classic and education one. The classic architect will make the students enjoy to study in the classroom since it has different atmosphere. The winning formula here is to use a raised grass court with focal mature tree and good quality materials and detailing. This collage keeps green life so that the entire yard is green from natural grass and planted some trees to make the environment fresh and healthy. Some of the lead detailing looks hard to maintain and friendly to pigeons but the court is so memorable this is to be overlooked. The students will enjoy to study outside the class room and focus to do some researches. An attempt to continue the Powell & Moya architecture to the west was undertaken by current Cambridge architects, Bland, Brown & Cole in 1989 – Queens’ College Lyon Court – but despite a striking roof and a clear attempt to be contextual the quality does not quite match. The building is completed with natural resources to minimize the cost in the electric power supply.