Centre Building offers a variety of study spaces, providing opportunities for students to engage in different modes of informal collaborative working, offering the ability to learn and create in a fun and inspiring way. On the ground floor there are quiet study spaces for individual work and small group huddles, nooks suitable for brainstorming ideas and casual meetings further away from the main circulation areas, where you are less likely to be disturbed. Larger group work and more transient interactions are encouraged in the open plan spaces nearer to the café and main entrance. The 1st and 2nd floors offer group working areas, student break out and study zones, which you may find are quieter than the ground floor areas.
Transforming lost space is a critical part of our approach to creating innovative and inspirational learning spaces for students at LSE.
- There are a number of spaces in CLM central stairwell alcoves (floors 2-7) providing students with unique, creative and innovative areas to study, collaborate, communicate and think.
- The entrance of KSW has zoned bench and lounge seating, plants, bright colours and power.
- Comfortable, high backed couches with homely cushions are supported by laptop desks and power to encourage students to engage in conversation or study alone in the corridors outside the 4th floor computer rooms in FAW.
- Find Recharge spaces with warm lighting, power and wifi on the ground, first, second and third floor at the rear of OLD.
- The Peacock Theatre’s Dress Circle Bar has comfortable seating and study alcoves, power and wifi.
- Check the chart for details of study rooms, seminar rooms and group meeting spaces.