The Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford was developed by internationally renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron. The building has been hailed as a stunning new addition to Oxford’s historic skyline, and most of all through its design represents the values of openness, collaboration and transparency that are key to the School’s overall mission of improving public policy. One of the lecture theatres here is named after Malaysia’s 2nd Prime Minister, TUN ABDUL RAZAK to commemorate his legacy
#oxford is a magical place. Everywhere you turn there seems like there’s magic afoot. It’s as if the great voices of history were rising up in the long chorus of their years. #triplocal
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
It was great visiting this famous university,one of the famous universities in the world.
The University is scattered across the city in many different parts but the whole thing is just amazing. What a fantastic place to study, it feels like you are constantly on a film setting.
A small hill next to the Oxford Castle in the west of the city. The hills are round and slowly climb to the top. You can see Oxford City from another angle. I saw a variety of roofs, and the architecture of different periods is also from this different roof. It can be seen. Visitors here are rare, you can sit back and relax on the top of the mountain.