LSE - OLD ST CLEMENT'S BUILDING
London School of Economics appointed Bisset Adams to LSE’s architectural framework in 2013, and have worked as project architects on a number of projects to facilitate a much wider campus re-structure. These include improvements to existing buildings such as the reception remodelling for the New Academic Building, to multi-million pound feasibility and refurbishment of 20th century buildings to create high quality office and teaching space.
They advise the LSE on all aspects of design and implementation from their general circulation and ancillary spaces; office accommodations and teaching spaces.
MCR Installations were brought in to install the LED lit offset handrails, stainless steel side fixed flat bars, with structural glass panels. This project was a breath taking example of modern architecture in the shell of a historical building.