RIBA competition for Firoz Lalji Global Hub (35 Lincoln’s Inn Fields) set to be LSE's first net zero carbon building
The design and civic qualities of the new building will enhance both local and international perceptions of LSE, and transform the identity of the south side of Lincoln’s Inn Fields, one of London’s oldest and most emblematic landscaped squares, while respecting and complementing the historic context of many of the neighbouring buildings and public realm.
The competition jury panel includes: Ricky Burdett, Director, LSE Cities; Minouche Shafik, Director and President, LSE; Julian Robinson, Director of Estates, LSE; Josie Stephens, LSE Students’ Union General Secretary; and Firoz Lalji – a Ugandan-born former LSE student and IT entrepreneur.
Expression of Interests are now being called by RIBA. For more information about the competition : Firoz Lalji Global Hub competition