art in the public realm, education, offices
One Bartholomew Close, Barts Square, EC1A 7BL
Chicago Booth's London campus combines the best of old and new. Located near St. Paul's, the campus features more than 50 pieces of contemporary art and houses our Executive MBA Programme Europe, Executive Education, and conference centre.
Farringdon, St. Paul's, Bank, Barbican, Mansion House, Chancery Lane, Moorgate, Liverpool Street
City Thameslink, Moorgate, Farringdon, Liverpool Street
4, 56, 17, 40, 63, 341, 8, 46, 521
London is the epicenter of business in Europe and a hive of opportunity, making it the perfect location for the regional headquarters of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
The new campus is home to our Executive MBA Programme Europe and Executive Education. It also houses our London Conference Centre, which offers an array of facilities for corporate conferences and events.
The walls of our new London campus are adorned with over 50 works of art that not only enhance the physical environment in which our students, staff and faculty work, but also form a collection specifically curated to align with the intellectual mission of the school.
Chicago Booth is defined by an unparalleled curiosity about the world and willingness to search where others have not to find answers.
The art on display is similarly oriented to enhance that sense of curiosity about the world, and to better understand the ways in which contemporary artists have tackled these issues.
By bringing together works from the likes of Derek Fordjour (USA), Toyin Ojih Odutola (Nigeria), Bridget Riley (UK), and Walter Swennen (Belgium), the collection aims to infuse the spirit of artistic experimentation into Booth's new home in London.
historical house, health, museum, community/cultural
Life and death in the archives, 1123-2023, is a unique exhibition detailing St Bartholomew’s Hospital's history and people, using photography, art and history from our archives and collections
James Gibbs, 1730
religious, museum, historical house, community/cultural
Founded as a Black Death burial ground, the site has served as a Carthusian monastery, Tudor mansion, school and an almshouse, which it remains to this day. The Charterhouse opened to the public in 2017 with a new museum.
Henry Yevele, 1371
Tranquil Clerkenwell, so close to the bustling City has a distinct character and intriguing history. Once centred around great religious houses, the area has been the scene of fierce rebellion, innovative architecture, and major commerce.
Guided tours of the Triforium space to see: items from the cathedral collections including Christopher Wren’s magnificent ‘Great Model’ made in 1673; the Geometrical Staircase and the stunning view from the West Gallery.
Sir Christopher Wren, 1710
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