Keble College Dining Hall, Oxford University, England.
Image by David Lliff. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Diliff
The image reminds me of a story told by Gregory Bateson to illustrate the need for long-range planning:
The ceiling beams in the dining hall at New College at Oxford were found to be infested with beetles. There was some anxiety about replacing such massive beams, which were no longer available except perhaps at an astronomical cost. The College Forester was contacted. He reassured the administration that when the dining hall was built, trees had been planted on college property and designated to go to full growth (over 400 years) in order to serve as replacement beams for the dining hall. The story is probably more myth than fact. It is unlikely that specific trees were intended for such particular use. But the story makes the point about long-range, proactive planning.
Harry Potter fans will recognize the dining hall of Hogwarts Academy.