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Stanton Williams unveils King's Cross pavilion

This is the first image of Stanton Williams’ new pavilion at King’s Cross in London – part of its recently approved campus for Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.

The £180 million scheme will sit in the heart of developer Argent’s 800,000m2 regeneration project and is the first scheme in the development to secure detailed planning permission.

As well as the new canalside pavilion, the Stanton Williams scheme will see the conversion of a listed Victorian granary complex into 39,000m2 of space for the university (pictured bottom) and the creation of a new public space, the size of Trafalgar Square, in front of the college.

Work is expected to start in the summer.

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