Adam Smith Lecture Theatre T415
This window is the one aesthetic feature of the Adam Smith Building which stands out of the rigid concrete block format. I’ll have to post a photo of the outside of the building to show what I mean. Moving a bit to the left from the lecturer’s podium where I yesterday’s photo from, the other unfortunate downside of the design of this lecture theatre is that although the window (sometimes) floods the room with natural light, it also creates a HUGE distraction. Some lecturers opt to lower the curtains, which is not a bad idea, especially on the occasional pretty and uncharacteristically sunny.
Want to see what the view looks like? That’ll be tomorrow’s photo for you. By the way, the green topped block taking up a large chunk of the view right there is the Boyd Orr Building, which is actually a lot taller than the Adam Smith Building. It just looks a bit shorter because it sits a bit down the hill.
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