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Revealed: new images of RSHP's contest-winning LSE scheme

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New images of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ (RSHP) scheme for the LSE’s proposed £90 million Global Centre for Social Sciences have been revealed

The design proposals go on public display today (13 October) at the former LSE Students’ Union bar.

The project, on the university’s Aldwych campus, is close to O’Donnell and Tuomey’s Stirling Prize-shortlisted student centre.

Set to be a ‘seminal piece of university architecture’, the scheme includes the demolition and redevelopment of a number of existing buildings on Houghton Street and Clare Market.  

RSHP saw off a raft of big names including Hopkins, Henehgan Peng, and Grafton to bag the job back in November 2013.

A planning application for the scheme is due to be submitted in December.

Exhibition details

Dates 13 – 17 October 2014
Times 10.00am – 5.00pm daily
Where former Three Tuns, Clare Market, Houghton Street



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