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Find London Met buildings
Building code: KR
The Accelerator is situated in the heart of the vibrant East End, just by Hoxton station and a few minutes away from Brick Lane and trendy Spitalfields and Columbia Road markets.
Building codes: CM, CS
Calcutta House is the home of the Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design (The Cass). Our students enjoy ease of access into London's creative and cultural quarter.
Building code: GS
Goulston Street, situated in the very heart of the buzzing East End of London, is home to the Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design (The Cass).
Building code: GC
The Daniel Libeskind Graduate Centre is very much a jewel in London Met's crown.
Building code: SC
This first-class teaching and research centre features a superlab with 280 workstations and is heralded as one of the most advanced science teaching facilities in Europe.
The Great Hall
Built in 1896, The Great Hall was the centrepiece of what was then the Northern Polytechnic Institute and a landmark building on proud, late-Victorian Holloway Road.
The Wash Houses
Building code: CC
Originally the Whitechapel Public Baths, this Victorian building is now an events space and home to the University's Special Collections including the Frederick Parker Collection.