Perhaps the most charismatic of James Stirling's surviving buildings; the Florey Building is hugely admired worldwide for its boldness and heroism.


Despite some practical and infamous failings, the Florey has a cult presence in Oxford: a modernist's riposte to a city defined by traditional architectural masterworks.


The Queen's College Fellows seek a dedicated team who are inspired by Stirling's exhilarating vision. The challenge: to use advances in technology to update the building, provide modern facilities and achieve exemplary energy design.


The competition has now concluded — 27th February 2014