Here are a few photos of the architecture. There are several blocks of buildings, in similar style, with very pretty courtyards at the center. Apologies for my amateur photography and the lack of panoramic view. Anyone sufficiently frustrated with my photography who wants to send me a Digital SLR camera, let me know, and I’ll put it on my Amazon wishlist.
A view of the hills surrounding Islamabad:
Doorways at the center of each building open to courtyards, a refreshing surprise to the eyes:
A truncated view of the courtyard (whenever you can get that SLR in the mail …) with a flavour of lush summer foliage.
A bit of detail glinting in the afternoon sun:
For those of you wondering what the big deal is about the building, remember this university was where I first started teaching, so the nostalgic value for me is huge. Also, the building I taught in was this nondescript, somewhat run-down residential house (rented by the university for the women’s classes) opposite Jinnah Supermarket in F-7: