Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London

The Central School of Art is an exemplary example of a late Arts & Crafts education building, built by the London County Council under the design influence of an eminent architect of the movement, W. R. Lethaby, who began his career as a pupil of Norman Shaw.
In March 2007 Donald Insall Associates were commissioned by the University of the Arts, London, to assist them in the preparation for the disposal of the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design building. The site included the original grade-II* Central School of Art,  and the unlisted Cochrane Theatre, Red Lion Square wing and Fisher Street link block. A historic building report established the historic and architectural significance of the buildings, in order to advise future proposals for change.

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University of the Arts, London