File:Pevensey Building I, University of Sussex (April 2013).JPG

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Pevensey Building (I), University of Sussex, City of Brighton and Hove, England. Built in 1962 by Sir Basil Spence for the mathematics and physics departments. Listed at Grade II* by English Heritage (code 481394)

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Pevensey Building I, University of Sussex.JPG (Under renovation in February 2010)

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