The London School of Economics main teaching campus is based right in the heart of central London.
The LSE campus is comprised of a mixture of new and more traditional architecture, suitable for films set in any time period over the last 100 years.
The Sir Arthur Lewis Building was originally constructed in 1905 and is a Grade II listed building. The Sir Arthur Lewis Building is one of LSE's more traditional buildings and has already been the location for filming of television period dramas.
The LSE is also known for it's continually developing campus, bringing in new, innovative and modern architecture.
The New Academic Building was intially constructed in 1912 but was redeveloped in 2008. Therefore whilst maintaing it's traditional exterior face, the building is completely modern on the inside with modern teaching spaces and central areas.
The teaching spaces in the New Academic Building have also been the location for films requiring lecture theatre or University teaching space setting.
The New Academic Building 8th floor roof terrace offers views across the London Skyline, which makes it an ideal location for filming interviews.
Even the iconic entrance of LSE's oldest building has been the feature of Hollywood action movies.
As the LSE is a busy University campus, filming times would be limited to weekends and vacation times.
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