I really like stone buildings and Gothic architecture. In US, UK, Canada and Australia, there are many university campuses with stone buildings. But what about physics departments? Although some universities such as Stanford, Princeton, Sydney, Oxford and Cambridge have marvelous limestone or sandstone buildings, their physics departments are concrete/modern style and rather ugly in my opinion. On the other hand, physics departments of University of Bristol and Yale University are pretty Gothic, stone and beautiful. What about University of Chicago, University of Glasgow (I couldn't reach photos of their physics buildings from google) and other universities in the world that you know? What are the physics departments with beautiful Gothic buildings?