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The Gallery | Bartlett School of Architecture building stripped back to its frame

The London home of the renowned Bartlett School of Architecture has been stripped back to its concrete frame as part of a £23M refurbishment project.

Major demolition works have left the 1970s building at 22 Gordon Street ready for full reconfiguration and extension to create more studio space.

The project is seen as a demonstration of the possibilities of retaining and retrofitting 1970s buildings.

It will be completed by next summer, with staff and students expected to be back in the building for the start of the 2016/17 academic year.  

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