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Find London Met buildings
Building codes: CM, CS
Calcutta House is the home of our School of Art, Architecture and Design. 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 our School of Art, Architecture and Design.
Building code: GC
The Daniel Libeskind Graduate Centre is very much a jewel in London Met's crown.
Building code: LC
The Learning Centre at Holloway Road is a newly refurbished building created to help our students study with all the most up-to-date resources at hand.
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.