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Location: Faraday Building, University of Manchester
The Faraday Building’s architect was Harry Fairhurst, of the long-established Manchester firm of H. S. Fairhurst & Son. It was constructed in 1967 and houses the University’s chemistry department. There are two large mosaic murals, and two much smaller installations on a side wall which, as you can tell from the title, have a direct relationship to the building’s function.
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