Alsop illuminates Goldsmiths College site
A gleaming skin of corrugated metal clustered with lights by Alsop Architects has won over planners in south London. The seven-storey arts complex for Lewisham's Goldsmiths College will transform the car-park site into digital media labs and an Orwellian-sounding research unit called the Cente for Cognition, Culture and Computation. Project director Jonathan Leah said the industrial aesthetic reflected tough studio spaces within. Three sides of the 3,600m 2building are metal with the ...
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